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A condition of the human mind caused by excessive information absorbtion, often under some type of stress. Often characterized by increased thought flow, jitteriness, and extreme thirst. Usually not healthy for long periods of time, it can be helpful for limited bursts of work, like cramming for finals or finishing a procrastinated project.
"Hear John passed out the other day?"
"Yeah, during the Bio final?"
"Yeah. Saw him the day before. Looked like infoverload to me."
"Prolly. He's always been a procrastinator...."
by Brad Slocum August 30, 2005
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