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As defined by the Cambridge Dictionary….

edgelord: someone who intentionally expresses opinions that are likely to shock or offend people, especially on the internet, as a way of making others notice or admire them
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I always forget what edgelord means and somehow got it in my head awhile back that it's a derogatory term for a loser who edges all day hahah.

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Hahaha Like edging around corners? Imagining this old game right now

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Chicanery:

"the use of trickery to achieve a political, financial, or legal purpose."

I mainly think it sounds funny to accuse people of for silly reasons.
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