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When you are sick of either three-dimensional or two-dimensional media, so you want to see something different.
Whenever I get dementia, I switch from Super Mario Bros. to Super Mario 64, and when I get sick of both, I crave a fourth-dimensional Mario game, so now I'll have dementia until Nintendo makes that.
by ducus10000 April 08, 2018
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Jul 24 Word of the Day
It’s an acronym standing for Can’t Remember A Fucking Thing. It’s usually used to describe embarrassment at being unable to remember someone (CRAFT moment); going onstage as the lead in the latest theatrical performance and your mind goes completely blank (CRAFT situation); the next morning after a night when you got pissed as a fart and woke up in bed cuddling a traffic cone and a string of fairy lights wound round your prick.
“Where did you go after we left the pub?”
“Dunno, CRAFT.”
by AKACroatalin November 07, 2015
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"That dimension fever we all have." A joke used at the begging of a video titled "2D to 3D - Scott the Woz" by YouTuber Scott the Woz
Dimensions am I right? I've decided to make a term for that dimension fever we all have from time to time, Dementia!!

Urban Dictionary doesn't know what's about to hit it.

This is the Wikipedia article for puberty
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by Yoshomay June 05, 2020
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Idk what it means I forgot lol
Dementia (dɪˈmɛnʃə)
by Archi-medes March 13, 2020
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When you get told to go to do a certain task, told about 30 seconds ago. You then walk to the room knowing the task. As soon as you enter the room you instantly forget the task. I have know idea how this happens or if the doors have dark magic or something. But the only logical explaination is that i have dementia.
Timmy: yo tf was i supposed to do again?
by i out pizza'd the hut November 04, 2020
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A devastating condition that many elderly people enter. It often results in progressive memory loss and an inability to perform basic tasks.

It is not an illness perse, but rather a series of symptoms that may be associated with many diseases such as Huntington's disease.

People with dementia live in realities of their own.
(At a nursing home, facing person with dementia)

Demented person: Hi, what's your name?

Me: Hi! I'm Ken. What's your name?

Demented person: I'm going to bed!

Me: Huh?

Demented person: Can I kiss you?

Me: :( //backs away nervously
by VolunteerManNurse July 28, 2011
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