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9.
The thing we all have towards the Net - you know, not being able to get your bum off the couch in front of the laptop?
"Addiction is harmful"
Thief *pointing his gun at the baby*: Quick, hand over the laptop!
Mother: Take my baby!! Please leave me and my laptop alone!
by Akanksha May 16, 2008
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1.
a compulsive habit that people obtain through repitition.
Eric: Why can't people stop smoking. It isn't that hard. They should have some self control.

Mark: Eric, if its that easy then stop masterbating!!!

Eric: (silence)

Room: (laughing hysterically)
by C. Love July 20, 2004
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2.
If you do anything more times than a frat boy says the word bro a day.
Dude, you've been juggling 12 hours a day for the last month, admit it, you have an addiction.
by antsoeu July 10, 2008
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3.
to physically or mentally need something

people, drugs, video games, pokémon cards
by Kregg October 18, 2003
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4.
Safely saying that you can quit something, as long as it is on next tuesday.
"Your addiction is tearing us apart, you should quit"

"Next week is better"
by asdfghjklpoiuytrewq December 07, 2007
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5.
A habit that you can't quit.

some examples:
drugs,pokemon,yugioh,hookers,and nintendo
Boy: Mom, can you please stop smoking, it's a really bad addiction. It could hurt you or someone around you.

Mom: Ok. But only if you stop killing people when your asleep.

Boy: Ok mom. I'll try.
by Connor Smith August 10, 2007
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6.
A conscious (and unconscious) action characterized by repetition and obsession. It is possible to become addicted to basically anything, sometimes the tendency may be rewarding but often it is problematic and self-destructive; nevertheless, a feeling of satisfaction is achieved.
Addiction to: TV, coffee, exercise, internet, work, money, religion, carbon, drugs, power and so on.
by FLA53 June 14, 2010
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7.
The true definition of the nature of addiction, lies phonetically within the word itself - A Dick in Action!
The thinking behind this is similar to the etymology of Assume - an ASS out of U and ME. Although addiction was probably not created this way - we cannot be sure - it sure made me laugh at least.
by Smellis Dorkins June 12, 2010
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