Can be shortened to MPD disorder or MPDD. It is when a person has a song stuck in their head when he/she does not have a device that can play music or is not allowed to use a music player. Symptoms including a change in opinion whether or not they like the song, tapping of the toes or fingers (or other body part), unexplainable rage or confusion, fatigue and even impatience. The only known cures for people suffering from this temporary state are: preoccupying oneself, thinking about another song or playing different music.
1.Guy: Crap, I've got a song in my head... wait, where's my iPod? It's never there when I'm suffering from Music Player Deprivation Disorder!
2. Girl: No! I've got "Bad Romance" stuck in my head.
Guy: Sounds like a bad case of MPDD. Wanna borrow my iPod?
Girl: Can't. We're taking a test next period, and we can't use our iPods.
In reference to "throwing shade" and "guerrilla warfare", guerrilla shadefare is when there is back-and-forth shade-throwing between two or more people. Also can be used to insinuate that someone throwing shade is ready to start a war, or that someone is throwing a substantial amount of shade. Especially relevant between drag queens or members of the LGBTQ community.
"The two just wouldn't stop bickering after several minutes of calling each other out on their outfits. The geurrilla shadefare had to stop."
"That bitch just called me Judith from MPGIS. This is geurrilla shadefare!"
Discrimination. Coined by Nancy Pelosi when giving a speech about the health care bill when she slipped on the word "discrimination." The result in which you put a mentally insane speaker of the house on the podium to speak nonsense.
Person: I heard that a hospital down the street refused service to an African American the other day.