Adjective meaning addicted to one's computer, smartphone, or any other internet-related device to the point of being rude. People with iphones tend to be the most irude, but blackberries and computers are also pretty bad.
Scenario 1: During a conversation with a friend, the i-rude offender wil whip out his/her electronic device of choice to check/write email, send a text message, instant message, look something up, etc. He/she then cannot follow the friend's conversation, and must ask them to repeat themselves. This generally happens numerous times, occasionally with apologies or "hold ons" thrown in.
Scenario 2: During a party, the i-rude offender spends more time on their device of choice than talking to other people.
The act of talking about your iPhone or Apple product in the presence of somebody that does not have one.
Person1: "Have you seen the new free game at the App Store on your iPhone?"
Person2: "Oh yeah! I downloaded it last night…"
Person3: “You guys are so iRude, I do not have an iPhone, will you please stop talking about them”
constantly using your iPhone or other smart phone when ostensibly socializing with other people.
iRude is carrying on a conversation with someone in person while constantly texting, browsing the web, checking your email, etc.
iRude is staring at/playing with your smartphone instead of socializing during a party, meeting, or any event.
iRude is constantly asking your friends to repeat themselves because you were distracted by your phone.