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Definition of Bluetool

Bluetool

noun

  • Term used to describe someone who wears their hands-free headset (i.e., "Bluetooth") in public - even when they're not using it.
    Was that Bluetool talking to me or someone on his phone? How could I tell?

    Last edited on Jul 24 2007. Submitted by Rexand J. on Jul 24 2007.

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