noun. What happens when someone dodges all things pointy.
Real citation: "and of course the film aspect of the festival is also generally overshadowed by the insane hubbub that surrounds it to the point where you wonder if anyone even really thinks of it as a film festival anymore. one example of extreme missing-the-pointitude: the french city is thronged (or is it... thonged?) each year with young girls who plan hairdos, outfits and strategies for months leading up to the festival so they can 'casually' walk past yachts and whore their way into celebrity parties in hopes of being 'discovered.'"
(May 28, 2006, http://ztransmissions.blogspot.com/2006_05_01_archive.html)
Made-up citation: "Missing-the-pointitude is not one of the seven deadly sins, but it is one of several annoying goddamn faults."