noun. An ishy, gropy, public-display-of-affection-y state of affairs that the rest of us do not appreciate, thank you very much.
Real citation: "Did you see the look on Bobby's face after her little 'work me over' speech? He said, "Oh really" then showed her the microphone in the shirt. Makes me think that all of their all-over-each-other-ness is just for the cameras."
(ajra, "Being Bobby Brown," July 15, 2005, Television Without Pity, http://forums.televisionwithoutpity.com/index.php?showtopic=3126210&view=findpost&p=3250688)
Made-up citation: "I prefer couples who eat their children to gruesome twosomes whose all-over-each-other-ness makes innocent bystanders throw up in their mouths. At least child-eating can be done privately with respect."