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1. First used by Robert Brochhausen as a nonsensical phrase possibly to abstractly describe his creative state of mind. It is also believed to be used as an alternative for all the positive adjectives that have already been used like fantastic or dazzling.

2. A paradoxal phrase of the same origin as stated above. A combination of the words magic and logical/illogical that describes the creator's whimsical thought process that combines surreal logic and all-too-true realizations.
Rob: "Moving is such a magilogical experience. While it's possible to walk from one end of a room to the other, you also can never reach that end without first passing through the infinite number of halfway points between you and the other side."

Alex: "... okay."
by the_two-armed_man August 23, 2009
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