noun. A literal or metaphorical condition that, by all accounts, can accurately be characterized as "not good."
Related terms: fame-whoritude, media whoritude, semi-whoritude.
Real citation: "Your crack-whoritude has gone beyond all extremes and it's time to part ways. Adobe? Microsoft Acrylic? Apple? Calgon? Take me away!!!"
(Satori Canton, "When Flash Was (Still) Sexy," June 24, 2005, www.actionscript.com/Article/tabid/54/ArticleID/when-flash-was-still-sexy/Default.aspx)
Made-up citation: "Smart scientists have shown that chimpanzees share many abilities with humans, including signing and tool-using. Can crack-whoritude be next?"