A term coined by Gym Class Heroes lead singer Travis McCoy describing a love for pharmaceuticals that is becoming more and more relevant and common in modern society. Due to the euphoric nature of narcotic painkillers and anti-anxiety medications, and their easy accessibility, many Americans today are indeed pillmatic. A person who is pillmatic is not a drug addict, but will seize any convenient opportunity to take pharmaceutical drugs, such as stealing them from a medicine cabinet for or friends who have undergone surgery. Pillmatics are created daily due to injuries, emotional pain, or boredom. Some drugs pillmatic people will most likely seek include the following trade names: narcotics: vicodin, percocet, oxycontin, dilaudid, tramadol, demerol, opana, morphine, and benzos which include: xanax, ativan, klonopin, valium, and many others.
"I'm looking for them labels
Reading "may cause drowsiness" "be careful when operating machinery"
Residue in my cuticles
Sniffin' them when it's suitable
Wishin' they made 'em chewable."
"Dash quick to the closest medicine cabinet
Kill the whole bottle
Never played the role model position
I'm just livin'
So take 2 of these and call me in the morning
I'ma take 4 and finish this 40 cause life's boring."
"I swear to God I'm not an addict,
But I'm still at it, dag nabbit I'm pillmatic."
-Travis McCoy, Gym Class Heroes
-Describes Millions of Americans, Myself included