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'I am in tune with me.'

DEFINITION: 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!

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Igomania

Created by: sarene

Pronunciation: i-go-may-nee-ah

Sentence: She was completely self-absorbed, and used her iPod to get away from it all, wearing it during bus rides, sex, and her grandfather's funeral

Etymology: iPod + egomania

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Appleplectic

alecstevenson

Created by: alecstevenson

Pronunciation: Apple-pleck-tick

Sentence: After spending $1000 on the iTunes music store and jamming hard on air guitar, she had to be treated for appleplectic shock.

Etymology: Apple + Appoplectic

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Mellowmelee

Created by: quippingqueen

Pronunciation: melo/may/lee - just as it sounds

Sentence: The me-oriented maven extricated herself from the long limousine before the "Jaws of Life" arrived and after she she fluffed her hair, donned her glossy new lipstick, and focused on what really mattered ...her "mellowmelee" melodies.

Etymology: "mellowmelee": associated with a soft, sweet, and juicy mingling event that tingles the toes, warms the cockles of the heart, and puts one in touch with the frigging Fairygodmother of Feelings

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Podpriority

Created by: queeny

Pronunciation: pod-pri-or-ity

Sentence: It's all about self podpriority when riding on public transit. Now if I could just tune out the smell.

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Ipodilliism

Created by: wordmeister

Pronunciation: i-pod-dil-ee-ism

Sentence: She went ipodillidtstic!

Etymology: ipod and silly-dilyy

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Iblivious

bjorn

Created by: bjorn

Pronunciation: i-blivious

Sentence: Most commuters who board the subway at the Bedford L stop are iBlivious to the world around them.

Etymology: iPod + oblivious

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COMMENTS:

bjorn After checking Google, I realized this wasn't an original term on my part - oh well. - bjorn, 2006-11-10: 18:11:00

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