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Korean Tweeters Created A New Word, ‘Mubaraktic’, to Describe Someone Who Can't Take a Hint.

South Korean net users, many of whom experienced military regime's rule back in 1980, have expressed great interest to Mubarak's address today. Korean Tweeters, such as @brokerlee, introduced a new urban slang ‘Mubaraktic'(rough translation)[ko], to describe someone who ‘cant take a hint’ and ‘tightly clings to chair(:power)’.

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  • dominique joseph

    Prime Minister from Dominica is mubaraktic too. He got into power by violating the constitution and wants to remain until 2050. He goes to court in a few hours for becoming PM as a dual citizen which is against our laws in Dominica. His best friends are Chavez, Castro and Gaddafi; as well as Peter Wirkham who has sold him out to the CIA.

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