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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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Mpfree

artr

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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Oblivego

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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Ipodiocy

Created by: mloewnau2

Pronunciation:

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Etymology:

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Autoaudiosensualise

Created by: mickey666

Pronunciation:

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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Emptyme

mrskellyscl

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

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

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Interpodize

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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Hitune

Created by: hairydoginparis

Pronunciation:

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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Exteriorizing

Created by: soundbabyyy

Pronunciation: ex tear arise ing

Sentence: i am exteriorizing with my ipod

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Intunent

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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Obmusicate

Carla

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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playdohheart playdohheart - 2007-04-05: 06:14:00
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