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(verb): an slang word meaning "methamphetamine" used in various, certain, and/or specific circles of users of the drug methamphetamine; although it is not one of the more commonly used slag terms. The most common slang name(s) for methamphetamine are: crystal, cystal-meth, speed(*althougth the word speed is often used as slang for other stimulant-like drugs such as "Ritalin"(methylphenidate), "Adderall"(<a combination of different "amphetamine salts">dextroamphetamine and racemic d/l-amphetamine salts)("Dexedrine" too, aka dextroamphetamine, which generally speaking is the most popularly used/abused speed pill aside from Adderall and Ritalin; which are only used by more people, legal or not, because it is easier to obtain, legal or not. "Dexedrine" is the most sought after ampthetamine "speed pill" aside from of course pure pharmacutical amphetamines/methamphetamine).
"Hey man, do you wanna do some GLITCH?"
"What's up? I got some GLITCH if you want to do some."
"I'm aching for some GLITCH man. Can you help me out"

*I do not condone the use/abuse of any drugs, and this is for informational purposes only. I simply post valuable "harm reduction" information about drugs in general, so as to avoid even one single more casuality from not only drug abuse, but drug MIS-USE. However, to stay unbiased, there IS a thing called moderation. Remember folks, the "responsibility" lies with YOU.*
by dexm December 10, 2007
 
1.
An error in a structured system. It is usually applied to electrical and computer systems.
The electrical grid has developed a glitch
by Mittens November 11, 2003
 
2.
A mistake, or bug, usually in a computer program or video game.
Dude, did you hear about the glitch in Counter-Strike 1.6 that lets you shoot your pistol when your shield is up?
by Frootcakemobile November 11, 2003
 
3.
Seen commonly in the music press:

1. N. A genre of music, sometimes considered a subset of ambient or idm, which focuses on the idea of "errors" as a musical element. The "errors" in question are usually digital; a common element in glitch music is the rhythmic squeaking clicking noise which occurs when you play back a CD which has been badly scratched.

Seen less commonly, sort of local slang:

2. Adj/Adv. Something which produces pleasantly confusing and/or unpleasantly disorienting effects akin to those commonly resulting from listening to glitch music.
3. Verb. Doing something to someone which produces such effects.
1. "Oval is probably the most well-known artist in glitch, and his album "Systemisch" can be said to define the genre."
2. "The entire game consists of rolling up random 3D objects into a big wad and then throwing them into the sky. It's pretty glitch."
3. "'I saw Being John Malkovich this weekend, it totally glitched me."
by mcc February 02, 2005
 
4.
An inexplicable problem or condition happening in a system.
A glitch in the code gave Bob twenty-six free months of AOL.
by Indigo November 11, 2003
 
5.
- a software defect.
- A phrase used only by the media and old people who have no clue what just happened and want to call it something cute.
- a word used to convince the ignorant masses that there is a mysterious conspiracy happening.
- the fastest way to make someone who works in the software development industry cringe like fingernails on the chalkboard.
Poll Worker: Someone kicked the power cable to the electronic voting machine and it stopped working.

Reporter: Today's polling has been plagued by glitches. Prompting further calls for a full federal investigation of voting irregularities.
by Apa000 September 20, 2007
 
6.
A small, often almost indescribable thing ... a paperclip ... a thinger ... a piece of snackfood, for example a Dorito chip, which in this case can describe a plate or container of snackfood, especially when in its plural form ... glitches ... an appetiser.

A very useful thinking word when you cannot remember its name ... a what-cha-ma-call-it ... a thing-a-ma-bob.
by Loodje van Slooten June 27, 2009
 
7.
A major flaw that is being downplayed for political reasons.
To get ObamaCare passed, the President said “No matter how we reform health care, we will keep this promise to the American people: If you like your health-care plan, you’ll be able to keep your health-care plan, period. No one will take it away, no matter what.” But there is a glitch in the Affordable Healthcare Act that in many cases requires insurance companies to replace the so-called substandard health care plans that we like with plans that meet certain minimum requirements but are more expensive and have higher out-of-pocket expenses.
by SPitBalls November 11, 2013