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i have no idea what that means either...fill me in.

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This is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard:

The suffix -xor (also -zor, or other variations thereof) can be used, like the standard English -er and -or, to derive an agent noun from a verb, such as pwnzor or haxor, meaning one who pwns or hacks, respectively. It can also be suffixed to the stem of any verb, with no apparent change in meaning. The resulting verbs can be conjugated as regular English verbs.
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i have no idea what that means either...fill me in.

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This is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard:

The suffix -xor (also -zor, or other variations thereof) can be used, like the standard English -er and -or, to derive an agent noun from a verb, such as pwnzor or haxor, meaning one who pwns or hacks, respectively. It can also be suffixed to the stem of any verb, with no apparent change in meaning. The resulting verbs can be conjugated as regular English verbs.

it is funny how people spend so much time trying to make Wiki entries so technical and sterile for even the most silly of topics

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