The disorder in which a person experiences excessive anger towards those who smack their food or breathe too heavily.
Rachel: "Dude, what's wrong with Tori?"

Truett: "Oh nothing, Sarah is eating and Tori is having some misophonia trouble."
by Robert Down-On-Me Jr. July 09, 2012
Top Definition
A new or undiscovered word to many, misophonia is condition in which certain sounds provoke strong negative emotional reactions in people (anger, panic, or disgust) to a person with the disorder. One or more "trigger" sounds can cause these emotions. Common trigger noises include (but are not limited to) chewing, snorting, slurping, whispering, whistling, shushing, lip-smacking, and sneezing. Misophonia tends to develop in children and gets progressively worse over time. If someone with misophonia tells you to stop whistling, slurping, ect, stop. If you don't stop, you are a twatmuffin and we can't be friends.
"Why does Alex get angry when I whistle?"
"He has Misophonia. It's a little like OCD but with certain noises."
"Well, I'm not a twatmuffin so I'll try to work on not whistling around him."
by Recky Drive February 05, 2015
A rarely diagnosed mental condition in which negative emotional experiences (from annoyance to extreme rage) are triggered by specific sounds, which can be either loud or soft. Nose sniffling, eating and breathing noises and tapping are all examples of trigger sounds for people suffering from this illness.
Misophonia, a sound sensitivity disorder, causes untold suffering and social withdrawal.
by Doc_B April 15, 2015
A mental illness marked by extreme aversion to certain soft sounds, such as eating noises and nose sniffling. The condition is newly-defined and rarely diagnosed.
Misophonia causes pain and anguish for the ill person, as well as those around them.
by Doc_B May 01, 2015
For people with a condition that some scientists call misophonia, mealtime can be torture. The sounds of other people eating — chewing, chomping, slurping, gurgling — can send them into an instantaneous, blood-boiling rage.
Misophonia, literally "hatred of sound", is a rarely diagnosed neuropsychiatric disorder in which negative emotions (anger, flight, hatred, disgust) are triggered by specific sounds.1 The sounds can be loud or soft.2 The term was coined by American neuroscientists Pawel Jastreboff and Margaret Jastreboff and is sometimes referred to as selective sound sensitivity syndrome.4
by PineappleJuice March 19, 2015
Hatred of noise.
I was diagnosed with misophonia,I enjoy music,but muffled talking,whispering,muttering,heavy breathing,blowing nose,tapping,snoring,etc,etc.Its ok when you make these noises,but when someone makes one of the noise listed above;they're in some deep shit.By 'deep shit' I mean the symptoms include,muscle tension,sweaty palms,biting nails or even a quickened heart beat
Dale:*taps on the table*
Your muscles tense and you ask him to stop he keeps on going so you ever shout or lunge =misophonia
by SarcasticTwat December 24, 2014
The identification of an individual in which maintains strong ties to symbols of pleasure that are often over used, abused, and/or taken to extreme ends preventing the nature of such symbols. Often associated with small groups of a common means of communications that is misinterperted as significant meaning to then be highjacked by larger or outside groups.

All so known as "running with it" or "meme extremes"
The royals of Britain have been known to drive groups to misophonia as others take their soars for tainting the original, or upheld, use
by taint in faint November 25, 2013

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