(awr-guh-kras-tuh-neyt) - verb
To organize when you should be doing something else. May include tasks like cleaning, laundry, arranging notes from class, going through and erasing the texts in your phone, and any form of color coding.
a.k.a. productive procrastination or semi-productive procrastination, but orgacrastination is specific to tidying and it's more fun to say.
Person-who-doesn't-have-the-attention-span-of-a-goldfish: Why haven't you finished your paper yet?
Orgacrastinator: I don't know what happened. I was starting my paper last night when I looked around and suddenly realized that I couldn't possibly work in such a messy environment, even though it hasn't bothered me for the past month. So, I turned on the TV while I did laundry, color coded my closet and rearranged my furniture. Now my room is clean, but I only have an hour to write my paper...
Person-who-doesn't-have-the-attention-span-of-a-goldfish: You really shouldn't orgacrastinate like that.
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