Yeah you did. You made me think of the difference between a noob and newbie in a totally different way.
Im confused. wrote:I really didn't do anything, but cool.
Kizzerdrix wrote:Well that actually does make sense. I mean, a newbie is a beginner which means he'll probably act like a noob. I never thought of it that way before. Thanks man!
Im confused. wrote:Yeah, my vocab isn't too great, so newbie and noob is the same thing to me.
Im confused. wrote:
I deffine noob as a new beginner to anything. This can be a game, school subject, or anything else.I thought that would be a newbie, not a noob. However, you can believe whatever you want.
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This is demonstrated in the webcomic Ctrl+Alt+Del, where visual examples show the clearly defined difference between newbies and noobs.
Variant spellings, such as newb, nub, nublet, noob, nooblet, foob, froob, nubzors, nubcake, nub-nub, raw nub, noobtard, noobstain, nubumb, dumbnub, and, in Leetspeak, n00b', t3h n00bzorz, n00b3h, and ch00b are numerous and common in Internet use. The term newb itself is usually used to refer to a person who is new to the field in question, whereas noob is used as an insult. For example, in the internet show Pure Pwnage, the main character regularly says, "I pwn noobs," in this case, meaning he beats people of lower skill than himself.
Message Edited by Lt. Claybon on 01-23-2007 11:32 PM
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