What does Intexticated mean?

Being distracted by messaging on your phone when you should be focusing on the road

When someone is so engrossed in their texting that they lose awareness of their surroundings, they’re termed as ‘Intexticated’. It’s a funny twist on the word ‘Intoxicated’, and instead of being drunk, this is about being high on texting.

Generally, this term is used when referring to a person who is too busy texting while driving. But, it’s not limited to just drivers. Anyone who is texting, walking, and not looking where they’re going can be called ‘Intexticated’.

So, the next time you see someone walking into a pole while their eyes are glued to their phone, you know what to call them. They’re not just clumsy, they’re ‘Intexticated’.

Example for using ‘Intexticated’ in a conversation

Hey, did you see that guy driving and texting at the same time? πŸ“±πŸš˜

Yeah, he was totally intexticated! πŸ€¦β€β™‚οΈ

I know, right?! It’s so dangerous! 😱

I can’t believe people still do that. It’s like they’re asking for trouble. πŸ™…β€β™€οΈ