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a condition affecting buddies on a trip who fall asleep as soon as the car starts moving, providing no company or driving help
Joe slept the whole way here, I think he suffers from carcolepsy.
by Frank Bama February 09, 2009
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Pronounced: Kar-ko-lep-see

The inability to stay awake and alert when in a car, or any other thing that moves, such as trains, planes, and busses.

The act of passing out while in a car regardless of passenger or driver status.
Roadtrip? Count me in, but I can't drive. I have carcolepsy and we'd all die.
by amy short March 04, 2006
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a condition characterized by brief attacks of deep sleep brought on by simply being in a car
Dude, your car is so comfortable it gives me carcolepsy
by kelly del gaudio June 22, 2007
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Sleeping disorder. Symptoms include drowsiness, instability to stay alert, and sudden sleep. Symptoms manifest themselves only when driving/riding in a automobile.
She cannot drive at night because her carcolepsy will cause her to have an accident.
by The fried piper November 18, 2009
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A nonthreatening condition found most frequently in children of all ages and a small percentage of the senior citizen population.

Victims of Carcolepsy typically show symptoms such as falling asleep as soon as a car begins to move, waking up hungry and complaining of a sore neck for hours.
Dad: "Gee whiz! Is he asleep already?"
Mom: "Oh, yeah. He's got that Carcolepsy.

I tend to be Carcoleptic, so I bring a pillow with me on road trips.
by Kryzta February 03, 2010
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