4 definitions by The Knowing Educator

The act of falsely staging an athletic posture and having it photographed, usually for use in a sports magazine. Common examples include tennis serves and batting.
Joe: Wow, his form is perfect in that shot.

Tom: Forget it, man, I saw him sproggling before the game with the photographer. He usually sticks his butt out when he's up at bat.
作者 The Knowing Educator 2007年11月12日
An adjective used to describe a person who is not otherwise part of the action being described, often participating haphazardly.
Joe: After the Mongo Boys sprayed me with paint balls, a guy came up to me and poured a bucket of water on my head.

Mel: Was he part of the Mongo Boys group that attacked you?

Joe: No, he was just some random guy in the crowd.
作者 The Knowing Educator 2008年2月27日
An adjective to describe a person who is not otherwise part of the action being described, often participating haphazardly.
Joe: After the Wild Boys sprayed me with paint balls, a guy came up to me and poured a bucket of water onto my head.

Tom: Was he part of the Wild Boys group that attacked you?

Joe: No, he was just some random guy in the crowd.
作者 The Knowing Educator 2007年11月05日
An adjective used to describe a person who is not otherwise part of the action being described, often participating haphazardly.
Joe: After the Mongo Boys sprayed me with paint balls, a guy came up to me and poured a bucket of water on my head.

Mel: Was he part of the Mongo Boys group that attacked you?

Joe: No, he was just some random guy in the crowd.

作者 The Knowing Educator 2008年2月28日

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