adj. Look deep into my eyes, and you may see my brain spinning like a top propelled by a hyperactive hamster who put too much crack on his cornflakes. Thus, the non-nonchalant-ness.
Real citation: "After a few minutes of chatting with Richard Roth, the interviewer, my non-nonchalant-ness and his non-nonchalant-ness coupled to make one interesting conversation."
(Drew Powell, "Long Term Benefits of Media Fellows," http://www.depauw.edu/honors/media/alum2.asp)
Made-up citation: "Every time I've ever tried to commit a crime, no matter how small, I've failed miserably, probably due to my non-nonchalant-ness. I couldn't have scored coke in Rick James' bathroom."