(verb), as in "to plex"
etymology: United States 21 Century English, from the word "complex"
Shortened form of the word "complex".
1. To have or show social dysfunction in the form of emotional disturbance. (Ranting, Whining, Fighting, etc...)
2. To hold a grudge in public forum.
3. To complain.
-es; -ed; -ing
Can by used as an adjective 'plexy' to describe someone or something that has the same qualities.
1. I don't want to join that list, it's too plexy.
3. Janette is always plexing in her LiveJournal about how horrible her life is.
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