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Definition of normie



  • a non-nerd, someone who is deemed as "normal" by the general population. Mildly derogatory, implying lack of creativity and possibly self-esteem. AKA mirror face, sim, serial.
    Person 1: Do you think Susie likes me?

    Person 2: I don't know but why would you want her? She's a normie and will only complain about your addiction to Starcraft.

    Last edited on Aug 14 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Jul 17 2011.

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