(abbrev. BMB) Condition suffered by voters in states where elections include an overabundance of confusing ballot measures. Often suffered after watching an endless barrage of equally confusing ads for and against said measures.
Guy #1: Dude. How are you going to vote on measure 30?
Guy #2: Aaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh!! (as he runs out the room screaming and begins beating his head against the wall)
Guy #3: Dude. What's the matter with him?
Guy #1: BMB, dude. Ballot Measure Burnout.
作者 Mofrak 2009年12月18日

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