Vortexted (pronounced: /ˈvɔrtɛkstɛd/) adjective — feeling overwhelmed by a storm of text messages from needy, demanding, or insane people about a particular person, occurrence, or event, past, future, or purely imaginary.
Usage: I was vortexted by George this morning about last night and me and some guy with a douchetag who I don’t remember and suspect doesn’t even exist.
Etymology: A combination of vortex and text that first appeared as, “He’s vortexting you!” after a friend said that someone just kept sending her more and more texts. Contributed by John Mackenzie.
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