Twitter_User: I just left my wallet in a taxi.
Twitter_User02: @Twitter_User That sucks, I did that last week!
Person1: Send it to me in an email
Person2: I never check my email, at reply @reply me instead.
Noun. The action of ignoring one's question when the answer to it is No, usually in context of rejection. Most commonly seen in messaging and texting, instead of telling the person no, the choice to not respond is made. Sometimes it is easier (although disrespectful) to not respond than to deal with the emotional conflict of telling somebody No.
Reply Allcoholism is a mental disorder that makes it difficult to refrain oneself from hitting Reply-all in an email thread causing pain and suffering to others receiving the emails.
Reply Allcoholics tend to share useless commentary that does not pertain to everyone on an email list which causes them to be hated by most of their friends and family.
There are no cures for Reply Allcoholism, but there are preventative measures one could take.
Jack: Sam is so annoying! Why can't he stop hittingreply all on our group emails and only email to the person that he's responding to?!
Jill: Don't be insensitive, he suffers from Reply Allcoholism.
Clinical term for message board blue balls, specifically when someone starts a thread and that thread is locked for whatever reason, before you can follow up with a brilliant reply and/or the joke's punchline.
Eeth's thread failure gave me horrible reply-vasocongestion pains...I spent 15 mintuesphotoshopping an image for him but his crappy thread got locked before I could post it.
Girls who reply to popular videos on Youtube just to get views.
They usually have their boobs hanging on the thumbnail to catch viewers then make a short video explainingstuff you already know. Also can be called the spam on youtube.
Random kid. "Oh I just watched nighahiga's newest video!"
*sees a reply video that has a girl with a huge rack as thumbnail*
" I wanna watch that"
30 seconds later...
"That was f**king dumb as f**k! I hate these reply girls!"
1. A man who behaves in an overly familiar way and is always replying to the social media messages of a woman he doesn't know or is barely acquainted with.
2. An annoying man who replies to social media messages, in general - whether this annoyance is due to a perceived know-it-all attitude, excessive familiarity, banal arguments that the annoyed user doesn't feel compelled to reply to again and again, or violation of some imagined pecking order.
When the recipient of your text message, instant message, etc. takes between 10 and 30 minutes to respond, and you take it upon yourself to read their message, and do what they did (take 10 to 30 minutes to respond). This makes for very long, non-engaging conversations.
Like the burden of proof, but for instant messaging. When two people (usually acquaintances and not close friends) are messaging each other, the burden of replying is on the person who did not send the last reply. In other words, that person is the one who has to decide whether they want to continue the conversation or not, and if they do, they must be the one to send a reply or the conversation is over (unless the other person double texts).
Mary: When's the last time you talked to Joe?
Sue: Oh, I texted him this morning but he stopped replying so I think he was busy or something. I'm just going to wait until he texts first; the burden of replying is on him, after all.