2007 word of the year: vote now
How about "NowPublicized?"
We'd love to hear some of our contributors' suggestions, which will be much better than that. Please NowPublicize them below in the comments section.
Or you can also follow the lead of our own Ryan Nadel and submit a mugshot of you and your vote.
Are you suffering from password fatigue? Ever considered manscaping? Do you know any tanorexics?
These phrases and more are contenders in an online vote organised by Australia's Macquarie Dictionary to select the Word of the Year 2007.
Seventeen categories contain a total of 85 words from which voters can choose.
Options include globesity - the problem of rising obesity around the globe - and floordrobe - the use of the floor as a substitute wardrobe.
Several of the new words relate to advances in technology.
Pod slurping is described as the practice of downloading large quantities of data to an MP3 player or memory stick from a computer.
Griefers, meanwhile, are players who deliberately sabotage online computer games instead of abiding by the rules.
Other words represent new definitions for old concepts.
Kippers are adult children who fail to leave home - a contraction of Kids In Parents' Pockets Eroding Retirement Savings.
Voting closes on January 31. Australia's Word of the Year 2007 is scheduled to be announced in the first week of February.