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4.
Condition of being spaced out
Oblivion is imminently reachable in spaceout.
by Hercolena Oliver November 07, 2008
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1.
Daydream about nothing in particular.
whoa............
by Blah August 09, 2003
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2.
to lose one's attention
to become distracted
to daydream
Ted: 'sometimes you space out and don't even pay attention to what we're talking about!'
Barney(not paying attention): 'I'm sorry, what?'
by Rudy85 February 09, 2008
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3.
to lose one's attention
to become distracted
to daydream
Ted: 'sometimes you space out and don't even pay attention to what we're talking about!'
Barney(not paying attention): 'I'm sorry, what?'
by Rudy85 February 07, 2008
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5.
Smoking so much weed, or becoming so high, that a person becomes light-headed, unproductive, even passes out and throws up in rare cases.
Person 1: Me and Bill are going to space out in my basement.

Person 2: I want to come. I've never spaced out before.
by spacinoutallday July 16, 2011
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6.
vt. To absentmindedly forget to do something.
Spacing something out is like blowing it off, but is less intentional; see blow off.
I meant to buy batteries when I went to the store, but I spaced it out.
*** Dear UD staff,
You need to fix your software.
Your user interface is telling me (falsely)
that this example doesn't contain "space out."

If you need a programmer who's up to the task,
drop me an e-mail and I'll send my resume.

by JEBrown87544 January 15, 2007
8 16
 
7.
vt. To absentmindedly forget to do something.
Spacing something out is like blowing it off, but is less intentional; see blow off.
I meant to buy batteries when I went to the store, but I spaced it out.

*** Dear UD staff,
You need to fix your software.
Your user interface is telling me (falsely)
that this example doesn't contain "space out."

If you need a programmer who's up to the task,
drop me an e-mail and I'll send my resume.

*** BUG NUMBER 2:
I checked on my submission later and found this:

"Your submission was cancelled before it was reviewed by editors."

Uh, no, I did not cancel my submission.
Your programming staff needs to know about this bug.

If your way of handling bug reports is to simply delete them, i.e., to blow them off,
I will post this publicly.
by J. E. Brown January 21, 2007
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