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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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Audioblivious

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

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COMMENTS:

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

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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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Emodiate

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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Podaway

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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Ipodiocy

Created by: mloewnau2

Pronunciation:

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Etymology:

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Idiopod

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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Narcissipodism

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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Ituneout

celeron450

Created by: celeron450

Pronunciation: "eye-toon-owt"

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

Etymology: iTunes, tune out

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Knoblivion

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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Musolate

Krixwell

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)

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