Verboticism: Obmusicate

'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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Oblivasorb

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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Ipodulate

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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Ituneout

Created by: ahwinters

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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Audiovile

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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Iegosize

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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Idore

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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Mpme

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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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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