interweb


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interweb

(ˈɪntəˌwɛb)
n
a facetious name for the internet, used to imply that the speaker has little understanding of or interest in the subject
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Darren Bolton added: "Now we will have people moaning that the high street is paying people off and everyone is buying from the interweb.
I jest of course - even though the attraction of seeing Camelphat in action was nearly enough of a temptation to join the interweb ticket frenzy.
I did not want to access the Mars Rover, the interweb or know the times of high tide in Tokyo Bay, just a basic telephone and no, I did not need a touch screen as I have hands like a bunch of bananas.
So, as a reformed addict, I've been steering clear of the two lifestyle gurus storming the interweb.
So I flicked through the pages of that there interweb to find a suitable cocktail to give this lovely flavoured vodka a whirl.
Hence my continued hovering about on the interweb shopping machine in search of a discount.
Indeed if the ECP intends to keep these elections as fair and transparent as possible, uploading documents on the interweb is a good start.
'Tears and belly laughs, too much wine and getting things off your chest, doing your best, fancy dinners, chips out of the wrapper, the feeding of the 5,000, detox, re-tox, no time to be bored, lusting after things we can't afford, cost-per-wear post-rationalisation, make-do and mend, finding a bargain, putting the world to rights, making things, breaking things, faking things, hold-ups, cover-ups, A-G cups, to-do lists, lust lists, shopping lists, random rants, lucky pants, support tights, sleepless nights, children's fights, working, shirking and lurking on the interweb there's a lot to being a 'normal' woman and we have a lot to be proud of Let's celebrate.' Which is exactly what we should all do.
According to the interweb, microfilm was patented by Rene Dragon, who went on to begin the first commercial enterprise manufacturing and selling microphotographic trinkets.
Again this was a task that the iPod generation finds as baffling as I do the interweb and social media.
Felix's spokespeople said they were hoping the book "didn't break the interweb again", adding the moggy was taking her success "all in her stride'.'.
Kaput, surely, when that interweb thing came along?