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Pronounced: (di-PART-shə)
A temporary disorder of the mental processes caused by vacation being less than one week away. Those with DEPARTIA typically exhibit lack of focus, impaired judgement, and incessant talking about their plans to co-workers.
Origin: from "depart", derived from "Dementia"
First used by TV Meteorologist Andrew Freiden
Don't rely on Tracy to file that TPS report on time. She's off next week and the departia has kicked in already.
by GreatIdea June 19, 2014
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