What do these words mean?

What do these words mean?

The other day, I came across an uber pastry shop with the most droolworthy puff pastry. Everything was going well until the sales clerk came over and informed me that the shop will soon become a major notspot due to planned network upgrades. Oh man, what a buzzkill. It got worse though, the clerk started talking about all the latest gadgets and news that she says, “affects all people.” I surmised that she really didn’t know much about what she was talking about but was the usual netpicker. So much for enjoying my uber puff pastries.

These are words and expressions have been coined in recent years. Some can be found in official dictionaries; others may never make their way there, but one thing for sure, new words will continue to appear as the English language adapts to innovations and trends.

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buzzkill

Something or someone spoiling an event that people are enjoying.

My girlfriend is such a buzzkill; she never lets me go out on Friday nights with my friends.

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notspot

An area where there is slow Internet access or no connection at all.

Going to the mountains is cool and all, except it is a huge notspot.

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netpicker

A person who surfs the internet looking for information in order to impress others with their knowledge of current events.

My best friend annoys most people because he insists on being a netpicker.

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4

droolworthy

Something so attractive or exciting that it makes you want to have it

My mom makes the most droolworthy brownies ever.

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5

uber

A word used to describe something as outstanding

I just bought an uper, fast computer for gaming.

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