noun. An annoying quality that's about as truly edgy as an egg.
Real citation: "I totally agree. Dexter got involved with Rita to appear normal, not because he was attracted to her or found her interesting in any real way. She's his beard. He is Plastic Dexter with her. I am still attached to the notion that Dexter is a sociopath who doesn't have feelings so I don't think what some could interpret as him developing feelings for her and the kids is more than a convenient, not unpleasant habit for him. While Lila may be irritating with her edgier-than-thouness Dexter is attracted to her. The fire. The darkness. Whatever it is. And there is so much intimacy between them - tip of my hat to MCH - that just doesn't exist with he and Rita."
(Higness, Nov. 4, 2007, "2-5: "The Dark Defender" 2007.10.28," Television Without Pity, http://forums.televisionwithoutpity.com/index.php?s=&showtopic=3161137&view=findpost&p=9170243)
Made-up citation: "Among hipsters, edgier-than-thouness is epidemic. Not that I would know anything about that. Mmm, I'm really enjoying this napalm latte... Smooth."