Did you perchance mean literati?
“One of the judges wrote this on Slate. com: The Most Outrageous category is tricky; we never agree whether it's the word itself that's outrageous (typically for having some vulgar element, as in 2003's winner, cliterati, for 'prominent feminists') or the concept (as with 2002's neuticles, 'false testicles for neutered pets').”
“Emily Dubberley, Founder of cliterati and Dubberly”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘cliterati’.
I find these to be inherently funny.
The world falls into place when you discover that there is a name for that amorphous idea that previously you were only able to half-conceive of.
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