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Radio attention deficit disorder

1. The inability to listen to the same station for more than ten seconds

2. Changing stations in the middle of a song just to make sure nothing better is on

3. Unconciously flipping through stations without listening to what is playing
Guy 1: (singing along) "Amadeus, Amadeus, Oh oh oh AMADEUS!"

Guy 2: (changes station)

Guy 1: "WTF! That was Rock Me Amadeus"

Guy 2: "Sorry just wanted to check to see if "Pocketful of Sunshine" was on 106.1"

Guy 1: "Did you forget to take your RADD meds?"
by K-LIP April 16, 2009
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I couldn’t care less (but one must keep up appearances, right?)
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Something that is really amazing.
See rad.
Girl 1: "Those GIR shoelaces are so radd!"
Girl 2: "...I still think Zim is better."
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Random Attention Deficit Disorder
Long story short i am really random and my friend told me that i had radd
Dude 1: she is so random.
Dude 2: I know she had r.a.d.d.
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Radd is an indian kid that attends syracuse who has an unbelievably hot sister that loves the cock.
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Reading Attention Deficit Disorder. Used to describe people incapable of reading anything longer than a blog post, magazine article, or short story.
Mom: I've been having a lot of trouble staying with books recently, but it's not like I don't read. I noticed I'm always reading a magazine or a short story collection.
Son: You have RADD.
by SirBlondie January 09, 2009
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n. (Relationship Attention Deficit Disorder) Sufferers are characterized by the inability to commit his or her attention to his or her chosen spouse, a constant need for attention from potential suitors, and relatively short relationship durations. R.A.D.D. sufferers usually seek out forms of communication with said potential suitors which hide the nature of their conversations from their spouse while not necessarily hiding the actual event. Texting and instant messaging are popular among R.A.D.D. sufferers as they offer more privacy than phone calls as well as the ability to talk to multiple suitors at once. More intelligent R.A.D.D. sufferers disable saving or delete all messages to ensure the maintaining of this privacy.
My girl texts all day but every time I pick up her phone there are no texts in her inbox.... I think she might have R.A.D.D.
by overkill8627 January 23, 2011
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