glitch-quit•ter (noun) – a person who uses a malfunction in a game, to avoid taking a loss on their online-gaming record
Seriously, did you just glitch-quit out of a game? This has been a question I have been saying aloud often of late. My recent encounters with the classic art of the anger-quit/ego-quit/record-save-quit/im-just-a-little-baby-quit has come from my late nights playing EA Sports UFC. But this isn’t the first time I’ve come across this type of behavior.