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'I am in tune with me.'

DEFINITION: v. To turn up the volume on your ipod and zone out all exterior noise, chatter, distractions, and focus on what's really important - your own feelings! n. A person who is humming their own tune, and ignoring everything else.

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Created by: Chistinalove

Pronunciation: mc hill ton

Sentence: She was too busy being michilton that she didn't see her boyfriend and me leaving the restaurant.

Etymology: to mimic paris hilton

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Created by: hermionesnape

Pronunciation: en-pod-ed

Sentence: I was so enpodded that I didn't hear Mike fall into the ditch.

Etymology: to be enveloped in your ipod and the music therein.

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: empēfrē

Sentence: Brenda listens to music to the exclusion of all else. Her friends call her oblivious. She prefers MPfree.

Etymology: A play on MP3 music players

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: nob liv ee yon

Sentence: When Olivia hit the volume button on her ipod, she managed to enter her own little world, unaware of anything around her. She created a world of knoblivion, where nothing else existed but her. It was during this state of knoblivion that she failed to notice the red sports car that barely missed her and had to swerve into a big tree, flipping over the vehicle and trapping the driver. Calamities to others followed her until one day, she ignored the warning bells and the 4:15 downtown bus punched her ticket permanently.

Etymology: Knob (dial;button that controls volume) & Oblivion (forgetfulness;a state of being unaware)

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Created by: mloewnau2




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Created by: Javeson1

Pronunciation: cayr-free-lingz

Sentence: Everyone has time when they just need to take care of their carfreelings.

Etymology: Carefree+feeling

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Created by: stormee




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Created by: Flamechick911

Pronunciation: In-the-zone

Sentence: Later on they told me she'd been screaming my name for an hour, but I can't help it if I'm inthezone.

Etymology: from zoning out

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Created by: Partario

Pronunciation: Ex-clu-fect

Sentence: I was walking along and it was exclufect

Etymology: Exclu from the word Exclusion and fect from perfect..perfect exclusion

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Created by: hairydoginparis


Sentence: I HiTuned my iPod until I couldn't hear the baby's screams.

Etymology: Hi-from high, like high volume iTune-from the music played on iPods

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Created by: ahwinters

Pronunciation: "eye-toon-owt"

Sentence: On stressful Subway rides, Glenda would often ituneout.

Etymology: iTunes, tune out

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Created by: purpleartichokes

Pronunciation: pod-ee-brain-ing

Sentence: You could always tell when Bob's wife had been nagging, as you'd find him poddybraining afterwards.

Etymology: ipod, brain

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Created by: Bulletchewer

Pronunciation: eye-pod-yoo-late

Sentence: Sometimes it helps to ipodulate and escape the trivialities and trials of life.

Etymology: Very obvious. From "ipod" and "isolate". Also note the "u" as a reference to the notion of making time for yourself.

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Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: tran+send+ip+od

Sentence: Teenagers are famous for transcendipoding in the presence of their parents

Etymology: Transcend (ental meditation) + ipod

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Created by: jrogan

Pronunciation: idiopod

Sentence: Annie was a compulsive idiopod who was permanently plugged into her ipod. It was the soundtrack of her life, and she never missed a beat, unless it happened outside her head.

Etymology: ipod + idiot

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Created by: Stevenson0

Pronunciation: nahr/ses/i/pod

Sentence: Narcissipodding is the only time I can get away from it all and deal with ME!

Etymology: narcissistic + ipod

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Created by: EonaFrae

Pronunciation: in-two-nent

Sentence: With the music blaring and her arms shaking, Rebecca's intunent energy was contagious.

Etymology: In [prefix: in, into] + Tune [a succession of musical sounds forming a melody] + Ent [suffix: full of]

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Created by: lynx13



Etymology: it is a word that contains the words "hypnotism" and "ipod" in one word

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ītoōnd

Sentence: Joyce is completely iTuned. If anything does not effect her directly or is not about her, she isn\\\'t interested. If any of her few friends try to tell her about their lives, she just iTunes them out. She refuses to use FaceBook because postings by others show up there and wastes her time. She preferrs to Tweet even though she has trouble understanding why more people haven\'t subscribed to her account.

Etymology: I (pronoun: first person singular) + tuned (adjust a receiver circuit such as a radio or television to the frequency of the required signal) + itunes (iTunes is a proprietary digital media player application, used for playing and organizing digital music and video files)

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Created by: traceysayed

Pronunciation: eye-bliv-ee-us



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Created by: schleppo

Pronunciation: eye-bliss-full-ig-nor-ants

Sentence: Sally is in a state of iblissfulignorance


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Created by: librarian

Pronunciation: ip'-tro-vert

Sentence: i was listening to my sister for a while but then just iptroverted because he was complaining about her friends.

Etymology: ipod + introvert

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Created by: microwavedboy

Pronunciation: Ob-live-i-pod

Sentence: She didn't notice the traffic swarming around her - she was a complete oblivipod.

Etymology: Oblivious. Ipod.

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Created by: egonschiela

Pronunciation: bub-oom-vil

Sentence: It was useless shouting at Tracy; she was away in buboomville.

Etymology: buboom buboom buboom (you've all heard it) + ville (Fr.) area.

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Created by: Sed8ed




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Created by: Hjason

Pronunciation: ig-noi-ser

Sentence: They are such an ignoiser that unless we are talking about how wonderful they are, they simply ignoise us.

Etymology: ignore+noise+poser

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Created by: memexikon

Pronunciation: ap ul smak'

Sentence: Applesmack my weird brain, I can't take it anymore.

Etymology: Apple (computer) + smack (heroin or slap)

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Created by: Adamson

Pronunciation: pod-a-way

Sentence: A nuke, no prob man, I'll just podaway from that sheed !

Etymology: Pod (iPod)+away

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Created by: ScyldScefing

Pronunciation: /imO:djEIt/ (EI is dypthong)

Sentence: The street was so noisy, and all that people... lucky I had my Ipod so I could emodiate through it all the way home

Etymology: "emo", root taken from both "emotion" and also "emote", or show emotion through audiovisual means or signs, such as "smileys". "dia" as termination for "multimedia", referring to what you can hear or see in the "ipod". "-te" as verb ending.

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Created by: rikboyee

Pronunciation: ess-cayp-odd

Sentence: as her parents started fighting in the front seat, she decided to escapod for the rest of the journey

Etymology: escape, ipod

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Created by: maxxy

Pronunciation: aw-dee-OHS-a-MEE-goh

Sentence: Jim sat behind his desk, closed the textbook, took out his MP3 player, smiled at the class, and -- audiosamigo!

Etymology: audio + adios + amigo

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Created by: adobrodt

Pronunciation: NAR-si-SIP-aw-dism

Sentence: Jenny's rampant narcissipodism caused her to miss all of Thanksgiving dinner.

Etymology: From narcissism and IPOD.

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Created by: Wriiight

Pronunciation: Eye-Gawn

Sentence: Don't even try and talk to her, she's iGone.

Etymology: iPod + Gone

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Created by: IHeartKiwiTarts

Pronunciation: "eye-poe-tune-is-im"

Sentence: I find my personal zen in the practice of ipotunism.

Etymology: from IPod, Tune and the buddhist "ism"

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Created by: Ahoytheship

Pronunciation: odd-ee-o-bliv-ee-us

Sentence: Due to the rockin' tune playing over his headphones, he was audioblivious to the large tiger stalking him.

Etymology: audio= having to do with sound oblivious= not paying attention to anything


Please contract me on the real meaning I am audioblivious thank you - audioblivious, 2012-11-28: 19:58:00


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Created by: omista

Pronunciation: aw-di-O-VIL

Sentence: her disregard for the world around her was exemplified in her audiovile ways, especially when she was plugged into her new Ipod

Etymology: Audiophile + vile

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Created by: erasmus

Pronunciation: ob li vee meuse

Sentence: florence had a moment of complete oblivimuse until frank tapped her on the shoulder because she was singing out of key

Etymology: from being oblivious and amused by something

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Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: My-op-er-ah

Sentence: Maria's myopera did not mean she needed to wear her headphones ALL the time, no, it was just whenever she was awake.

Etymology: Rythmic fusion of 1) Myopia - condition commonly referred to as shortsightedness (which is quite a long word) and 2)Opera - musical which is very small (or far away) and requires the audience to use binoculars in order to see the players on the stage.


artr Based on myopia? - artr, 2009-08-06: 11:11:00

Diva-licious word!!! Does this mean the Presbyopera means when you sing in a Protestant Church??? - Nosila, 2009-08-07: 22:29:00

Presbyopera, some kinda weird Elvis convention, probably would've could've should've been the subject of a Fr Ted Christmas special. - scrabbelicious, 2009-08-08: 09:43:00


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Created by: grammatically

Pronunciation: in-TER-pod-ize

Sentence: The school banned all music players for fear of students trying to interpodize.

Etymology: "inter" from root INTERNAL; "pod" from root iPOD

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Created by: vishalrix


Sentence: From the day she got her first ipod, her parents knew she was a ipodigy.

Etymology: ipod + prodigy

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: oh bliv eego

Sentence: Melody had shortened her name to MeMe and it suited her well. She could not pass a window or mirror without gazing adoringly at herself. It was always all about her. Until that day when she strapped on her i-pod and went running, dancing down the busy street oblivego to all else around her. Too bad the loud rendition of "I did it my way" prevented her from hearing that Greyhound Bus heading her way...oops!

Etymology: Oblivious (Unaware of anything else;forgetful;unmindful)& Ego (an inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others;your consciousness of your own identity;vanity;self-importance)

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Created by: Koekbroer

Pronunciation: toon-hed

Sentence: "Wow, Rachel is a real tunehead. She walked right past that old woman who fell down without so much as a glance"

Etymology: tune + head

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Created by: kaprikornbabe

Pronunciation: mee-time

Sentence: huh? i'm sorry i don't believe i was paying attention, for i was indulging in some MEETIME.


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Created by: lebeast

Pronunciation: muse-i-cape

Sentence: I live to musicape

Etymology: music+escape

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Created by: seifip

Pronunciation: mus e solating

Sentence: Don't talk to me. I won't answer you as I'll musisolate.

Etymology: music + isolation

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Created by: ce0brb

Pronunciation: Zomb-i-plod

Sentence: Mildred was zombiplodding around without a care in the world

Etymology: Zombie & Plodding & an "i" for good measure.

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: nob liv ee us

Sentence: Isadora was noblivious when she zoned in on her music and dialed away the world. She missed seeing so many accidents that she caused due to her inattention.

Etymology: Nob (variant spelling of KNOB,a button on a dial to adjust sound on a radio) & Oblivious (failing to keep in mind)

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Created by: llimllib

Pronunciation: En-`pod-en

Sentence: I yelled at John, but he'd already enpoddened himself.

Etymology: En = to enter pod = iPod den = action suffix

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Created by: Psychicsi

Pronunciation: My-Pod

Sentence: Belle was a Mypod, and not a thing else mattered.

Etymology: I-pod, the popular mp3 player, and my pod, denoting ownership of the self imposed bubble one listening to an ipod inhabits.

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Created by: Marli

Pronunciation: O-bilv-a-sorb

Sentence: Charolette had not a care in the world as she oblivasorbed her way through the day!

Etymology: oblivious + self-absorbed

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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: əblisvēəs

Sentence: Mary seems to always have her earbuds stuck in her ears. She goes through life completely oblissvious to what is going around her. Co-workers are amused to see her dancing down the hall whisper-singing her favorite tune. The scary part is that her iPod hasn't worked for weeks. All the music she hears comes from her head.

Etymology: oblivious (not aware of or not concerned about what is happening around one) + bliss (perfect happiness; great joy)

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Created by: durananrananran

Pronunciation: Din-SOO-late

Sentence: So she could focus on her yoga, Jane dinsulated herself from the traffic accident outside with a bit of Bon Jovi. Jane never joins in the conversation, she's always dinsulating.

Etymology: portmanteau of din and insulate

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Created by: danboaz

Pronunciation: ap-aw-thi-DO-NIZ

Sentence: Any time the world gets to be too much, she apathedonizes through her diregard for what goes on around her by focusing on her own pleasure and favorite tunes

Etymology: apathy + hedonist

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Created by: Carla

Pronunciation: Verb: ob-mUs-i-kait Noun: ob-mUs-i-kuht

Sentence: Verb: Travellers on the London Underground frequently obmusicate. Noun: (Usually teenager) "Please turn off your music at the dinner table - you're such an obmusicate".

Etymology: From 'ob' (against).

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Created by: ErWenn

Pronunciation: /I-'t&r-n&-"lIz/

Sentence: Iternalizing is a good way to avoid annoying small talk with the person sitting next to you on the bus.

Etymology: From i- (as in iPod, iTunes, and iMac) and internalize

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Created by: josje

Pronunciation: Ithistic

Sentence: Often an autist is recognised ad its I-thistic earphones.

Etymology: from autism

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Created by: mrskellyscl

Pronunciation: empty-me

Sentence: Joy would plug into her Emptyme Player to tune out everything but what she wanted to hear. She was so shallow that, even when she wrecked her dad's new car with her boyfriend in it, the paramedics found her sitting on the curb singing along to "Oops I did it again" by Brittany Spears while her boyfriend moaned in pain in the front seat.

Etymology: empty+me -- wordplay on MP3 player


Emptymology is perfect! - Nosila, 2009-08-07: 22:22:00


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Created by: hamburgerman

Pronunciation: eye gno ranse

Sentence: the man's iGnorance led him to forget that he could be using a far more advanced music system.

Etymology: i(as in ipod/i anything made by steve jobs) + ignorance = iGnorance


stupid steve - hamburgerman, 2009-08-20: 21:23:00


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Created by: bghicks

Pronunciation: all about me

Sentence: it's allaboutme!

Etymology: whatever

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Created by: Stump

Pronunciation: I/ee-goh/sahyz

Sentence: Whenever things are bad I like to grab my MP3 player and iEgosize.

Etymology: mash of iPod, Ego and internalize.

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Created by: Fenners


Sentence: I'm going to ipodicate, I may be sometime.


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Created by: bokashiman

Pronunciation: eye-nar-sis-dis-so-she-ate


Etymology: from narcissism - love of self and dissociation - zoning out

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Created by: Krixwell

Pronunciation: moos-o-layt

Sentence: Emma really loved to listen to music, taking refuge from problems, annoyances and real life in general, usually musolating herself from everything else.

Etymology: music + isolate (to seperate something from its surroundings, in this case usually oneself)


Krixwell Just for the record, I made this before I went to read the other verboticisms, so the similarity to the submission "musisolating" is coincidental. - Krixwell, 2013-09-11: 09:26:00


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Created by: artr

Pronunciation: ahy-void

Sentence: Mary loves her music. Once she sticks her earbuds in she can ivoid anything unpleasant or bothersome.

Etymology: i (from iPod/iPad) + avoid (to keep away from; keep clear of; shun)

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Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: nar sis stat tis tik

Sentence: No wonder there are so many distracted driving laws and lawsuits against people too stupid to concentrate on what they are doing and act safely. Take Penny, who merrily walked into the path of a car on the street, oblivious due to her wearing her earpads, listening to fluffy pop music. The driver of the car lost control to avoid her, flipped over and went to Heaven. Penny herself narrowly avoided becoming another narcisstatistic and still doesn't know it!

Etymology: Narcississtic (characteristic of those having an inflated idea of their own importance) & Statistic (a datum that can be represented numerically)

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Created by: shieldspikes

Pronunciation: po-di-tive


Etymology: iPod+Positive


- shieldspikes, 2006-12-26: 19:35:00


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Created by: LenaBeana




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Created by: chofu67

Pronunciation: im pod so late

Sentence: I was wrong to think I could impodsolate my way through the city streets without being distracted by reality.

Etymology: ipod + isolate

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Created by: logan260

Pronunciation: TONE-ZONE-UR



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Created by: Mustang

Pronunciation: obb-SESS-eh-brayt

Sentence: Melanie is a totally self absorbed person who will ignore the needs or feelings of others and her worst annoying habit it obsessebrating when her favorite tunes are playing and will have the volume turned as high as it will go.

Etymology: Blend of 'obsessed' (To preoccupy the mind of excessively) and 'celebrate' (publicly acknowledge (a significant or happy day or event) with a social gathering or enjoyable activity)

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Created by: johnnyrockett

Pronunciation: E-go-nor

Sentence: While the clerk was robbed, I egonored her while listening to the new song from Justin Timberlake.

Etymology: Ego - an inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others Ignore - to refrain from noticing or recognizing

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Created by: mdschermer

Pronunciation: I-dore

Sentence: Only when I really pump it up, I can tune out all the ordinary people around me and truly iDore myself.

Etymology: iPod and to adore put together, with the "i" at the beginning also stressing the importance of the self.

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Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: i - sellf - pod - sessed

Sentence: Julia became iselfpodsessed the very day she purchased her new ipod. Her new joy in life was to "plug-in" and tune out to the world around her. It enabled her to escape all worries, responsibilities and concern for other people. She now focused on what was important, her own musical happiness.

Etymology: ipod, self-possessed (having control of one's emotions or behaviour)

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Created by: mickey666


Sentence: to autoaudiosensualise is the perfect method of making oneself extreaneous to sonal diversions

Etymology: auto = self audio = sound sensualise = you all know what that means

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Created by: celeron450

Pronunciation: "eye-toon-owt"

Sentence: On stressful Subway rides, Glenda would often ituneout.

Etymology: iTunes, tune out

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Created by: soundbabyyy

Pronunciation: ex tear arise ing

Sentence: i am exteriorizing with my ipod


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Created by: highwireart

Pronunciation: O-bli-va-pod-ing

Sentence: The spreadsheet was due by the end of the day and oblivapoding was the only way it was going to get done.

Etymology: Oblivious=The only existance is you and your world. Viva=To live IPod=Preserves sanity in a cubicle office environment

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Created by: jedijawa

Pronunciation: em-pee-me

Sentence: Cindy was having an mpme moment while she tuned out the world around her and listened to her iPod.

Etymology: mp3 + me

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Created by: remistram

Pronunciation: dittie-dunce

Sentence: She was acused of being a dittydunce when her tone-deaf humming made all the neighbourhood dogs run for cover.

Etymology: ditty (song, tune) + dunce (idiot, simpleton)

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