noun. A state of apathy where residents would remove their eyeballs with sporks, if they weren't so stupefied.
Real citation: "Back again and no longer feeling the effects. Woke up early for the geology lab which was absurdly easy again, this was promptly followed by the geology lecture of meh-itude."
(Jan. 23, 2004, http://students.washington.edu/tkt84/blog_jan_23_2004.htm)
Made-up citation: "I finally started watching 24, but the first two episodes filled me with meh-itude. Every single character was boring, and the stereotypical teenage characters made me lose the will to live. Plus, the Palmer guy makes me think of car insurance, car insurance, car insurance, and taking a nap."