Malding Meaning? The angry bald word.
If you are angry and have a receding hairline, there is a term that defines you. You own it, it’s all yours, use it.
What Does Malding really Mean?
The term “Malding” is a combination of “Mad” and “Balding”. The term is used as a meme or slang when someone who is balding gets angry, usually when they are playing a multiplayer game. It is one of many words used as part of Twitch slang.
So remember, if you see an angry bald guy we’re talking about malding.
The True Origin of Malding on Twitch
The term “Malding” gained popularity in Forsen’s Twitch chatroom, where he would spew “So bad, so mad!” which turned into “So bald, so mad,” then finally into “So bald, so mald.” While the term was generally unknown before Forsen looked it up in 2019, it was originally added to the Urban Dictionary in 2011, so it is officially considered a term.
Malding Brand History
In December 2019, Twitch streamer Joey “Nagzz21” Bagels filed a trademark application for the term “Malding” in the United States. He also purchased the web domain malding.com for $3,300 and uploaded a video that was directed at Rob “Roflgator” Malecki.
In the video, he lets Roflgator know that the word is trademarked and branded, then launched into a free-style rap as he threatened to take Roflgator’s channel and rename it is Nagzz22.
When asked about his motives, Nagzz21 assured everyone that it was a joke and that he wasn’t serious about stopping anyone from using the word “Malding.” It was just a joke between friends. Nagzz21 knew very well that a term that becomes commonly used cannot be legally trademarked in most European nations, and in some American ones.
The history of Twitch is made up of many small dramas that come together to make a masterpiece. Malding is another meme that will stay with the platform forever. See also other words like kkona