該当件数 : 5件
一日中忙しかったので, 彼は神経が針のように尖っていた. - 研究社 新和英中辞典
ボスの不興を買わないようにたえずピリピリしていた. - 研究社 新和英中辞典
edge + -y
- Nervous, apprehensive.
- (entertainment, advertising) Creatively challenging; cutting edge; leading edge.
- (entertainment, advertising) On the edge between acceptable and offensive; pushing the boundaries of good taste; risqué.
- (dated) Irritable.
- (art) Having some of the forms, such as drapery or the like, too sharply defined.
- (of a knife または blade) Sharp.
- (slang) Cool by virtue of being tough, dark, or badass.
- (Internet slang) Exhibiting behavior that is disconcerting or alarming, sometimes in an effort to impress or to troll others.
- 2012, David Brown (18 March 2012), Richard Bacon on the online abuse he’s suffered for two years, Radio Times (retrieved 2017-11-09; archived from the original 2015-03-21):
- 2015, Ellen Pao (16 July 2015), Former Reddit CEO Ellen Pao: The trolls are winning the battle for the Internet, Washington Post (retrieved 2017-11-09; archived from the original 2017-10-20):
- A large portion of the Internet audience enjoys edgy content and the behavior of the more extreme users; it wants to see the bad with the good, so it becomes harder to get rid of the ugly. But to attract more mainstream audiences and bring in the big-budget advertisers, you must hide or remove the ugly.
- 2017, Matthew Sheffield (27 April 2017), Trolling for a race war: neo-Nazis are trying to bait leftist “antifa” activists into violence—and radicalize white people, Salon (retrieved 2017-11-09; archived from the original 2017-09-04):
- At first, trolling was simply an apolitical form of amusement — web posting as performance art. The image board 4chan soon became its mecca.
- Over time, however, the trolls began moving from joking about racism to advocating it in their desire to become ever more edgy. Andrew Anglin, creator of the neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer and a longtime troll before that, described the transformation process in a lengthy post on his blog:
- “The sentiments behind the jokes slowly became serious, as people realized they were based on fact," he wrote. "Non-ironic Nazism [began] masquerading as ironic Nazism.”
- 2017, Jay Hathaway (25 May 2017), Are fidget spinners white supremacist now?, Daily Dot (retrieved 2017-11-09; archived from the original 2017-09-29):
- Dank meme communities love making fun of fidget spinners, especially because spinners are associated with autistic kids, a favorite target for mockery in “edgy” online spaces like 4chan and Reddit. There, spinners are considered emblematic of everything that’s wrong with society, and they’re used as a metaphor for anything unlikeable.
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