Someone who is addicted to playing the Doodle Jump game on the iphone? Victims reguarly suffer from twitchiness and concentration faces.
Danny: Jeez look at Paul. He's just twitching away on the sofa.
Stu: Man, hes such a Doodledict!!
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The nervous twitchiness that you get from going too long without sex.
My girlfriend flew back home to see her parents for a week. By the end of that week I was really antsy in the pantsy!
The high one gets after consuming large amounts of sugar. Also called a "sugar rush." Sugar highs cause twitchiness, spasms, and hyper excitability. Sugar highs do not last very long, and leave a person feeling drained afterwards.
I spent the week after Halloween in a continual sugar high.
Flunitrazepam (trade name Rohypnol) is a sedative that was made in the early 1970s by Roche and was used in hospitals only for deep sedation. It was first released on the market in 1975 in tablet form in Europe. The tablet was then released in the early 1980s to other countries. It came in 5 mg, 2 mg, and 1 mg sizes, but due to its strength, and the possibility of abuse, the higher doses were taken off the market and now it only comes in one strength, 1 mg. Flunitrazepam is a Schedule III drug under the Convention on Psychotropic Substances1more...
Like other benzodiazepines (such as Valium, Librium, Xanax, and Halcion), flunitrazepam's pharmacological effects include sedation, muscle relaxation, reduction in anxiety, and prevention of convulsions. However, flunitrazepam's sedative effects are approximately 7 to 10 times more potent than diazepam (Valium). The effects of flunitrazepam appear approximately 15 to 20 minutes after administration and last approximately four to six hours. Some residual effects can be found 12 hours or more after administration.
Flunitrazepam has never been approved for medical use in the United States, and it was placed into Schedule IV of the Controlled Substances Act in 1984. According to FDA Associate Director for Domestic and International Drug Control Nicholas Reuter, M.P.H.2:
Rohypnol was "temporarily controlled in Sch...
A person who is jittery, squirrel-like, creepy, and twitchy. Often engage in menial, mindless tasks or projects, usually not completing any work, either due to uncontrollable twitchiness or lack of inherent thought.
A scrat may also vaguely resemble a mouse, chipmunk, or squirrel. Scrats usually have few friends as twitchiness and spineless brown-nosing are unappealing.
A scrat engages in sucking-up in order to appease his or her insatiable hunger for approval and a pat on the head. back, etc. This is because most scrats are talentless hacks and have sold their soul to Satan for the management job at local fast food joints or faceless, non-heathcare-providing, glass-ceiling, corporate ladder slaveries.
Co-worker #1: "Greg is such a wierd, freaky, twitchy guy, he's kinda like working with a spider. I don't really want to get too close, y'know?"
Co-worker #2: "Duh. He's a scrat."
Dependancy on the use of CAPS LOCK
Alphemerititis .. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of alphemerity. Showing symptoms of CAPS LOCK misuse. Twitchiness towards large buttons on the left side of a QWERTY keyboard.
Alphemeritic (-rĭt'ĭk) adj. The condition of having Alphemerititis.
Alphemeritious affix of, having the nature of alphemerity. Addicited to CAPS LOCK.
Someone addicted to and/or dependent on various stimulants ranging from caffeine to amphetamines.
Signs of a stim junkie include nervousness, anxiety, twitchiness, and jumpiness - even when not on stimulants.
Finals Week is coming up and Paul blew all his money on Rockstars and Adderall. He sure is a stim junkie.