Except the source you stated does not deem these words to be neologisms. I researched this, as I found your claim to be exceedingly odd. I’m happy to be proved wrong, if you can provide a link. But these two words have in fact been around for centuries (unlike a true neologism like “mansplain,” for example).
“ Since he’s a King of the Hill in-joke about a fake ID, and there’s other replies with the same M.O., I figured he’s a sockpuppet. You’ve yet to convince me otherwise.”
I’m sure these words meant something in your mind before you wrote them, but I find them entirely inscrutable.
And “strawman demands” for made-up language? You’re joking, right?
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