From new (with b as in freebie). + (keyk) = “noobcake”
–breaking down the definitions–
NOOB: a newcomer or novice, esp. an
inexperienced user of the Internet or of computers in general.
CAKE: a sweet, baked, breadlike food, made with or without shortening, and usually containing flour, sugar, baking powder or soda, eggs, and liquid flavoring.
EXPLAINATION: although the definition of a “noob” and a “noobcake” (when referring to a person) are virtually the same, the use of “cake” on the end of “noob” reinforces the absurdity of the individual’s “newbieness”.
“Damn, that guy is a real noobcake.”
“Jonathan is the biggest noobcake I have ever met.”
Noobs that are pwned continually without ever getting any kills are Noob Cakes. Think of them as fish cakes; ground up and mashed together. These noobs suck much harder than the average noob.
I pwned your ass noob cake. You are the sux0r of all noobs!!!:p
The guy who wrote the definition starting with “A person whom is a newbie.” It should be “who,” not “whom.” Whom is objective case; you needed to use subjective case.
im awsome, im guna use ‘whom’ 2 suond smart evin tho i dont no how 2 use it rite lol im a noobcake.
a noob who was baked until they became a delicious desert
speaker #1: I beat up a noob who was very noobly and then I made them a noob cake!
speaker #2: wow this noob cake is really good!
the act of being a noob, except adding “cake” for a more humorous effect (coined by M.R.Gann)(requires you to wear a silly hat proclaiming your noobcakedness) (one step below a noobtard)
dude, you are such a noobcake.
derived from the word noob
aww i pwnt j00 noobcakes!
Used to call your friend an idiot without offending them.
Friend: 1+1 is 2
Me: You silly noobcake!