A phenomenon characterized by a subject involuntarily/subconsciously adopting a foreign accent by mere exposure to a speaker. Symptoms persist during exposure but quickly fade after exposure is terminated. Conscious over-ride is possible, but can also cause the accent to become hyperaccessible in the subject, leading to a mixture of the subject's native accent and the foreign one. Further research needs to be conducted in order to isolate a causal factor for the phenomenon.
The waves emitted by a homosexual man. These waves have been known to alter sexual preference in cases of prolonged exposure to a source. They can also cause malignant growth, with higher frequency of cases in the testicles and colon. Gay Rays are the chief mechanism behind "gay-dar". Until recently, gay-dar was an unexplained phenomenon, denoted to being mainly intuition base. It is now known that gay-dar picks up on the waves emitted by homosexual men.
"Neil, I think you're slowly turning me gay."
"Yeah, it's the Gay Rays."
"Oh. Also I think I have cancer."
"I told you to buy that lead apron."