see *Photocopy-lore.

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  • Photocopy-lore —    When the photocopier became readily available in offices in the 1960s, people seized on the new medium for their own unofficial purposes and a new folklore genre was born. Photocopylore exploits the machinery to create multiple copies of items …   A Dictionary of English folklore

  • xeroxlore — (ZEE.roks.lohr) n. A modern form of folklore in which anecdotes, lists, jokes, sayings, and urban myths are propagated via photocopied documents. Also: xerox lore. Example Citation: When the photocopier (or Xerox) entered offices in the 60s,… …   New words

  • faxlore — (FAKS.lohr) n. A rumor or urban legend spread via fax; jokes, cartoons, and sayings spread via fax. Also: fax lore, fax lore. Example Citation: As to why this legend has taken on a life of its own despite persistent and detailed debunkings, it s… …   New words

  • Folklore — For other uses, see Folklore (disambiguation). Folklore consists of legends, music, oral history, proverbs, jokes, popular beliefs, fairy tales and customs that are the traditions of a culture, subculture, or group. It is also the set of… …   Wikipedia

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