bog
Verb: To engage in purposfully melancholy or pathetic behavior in an effort to attract sympathy

Origin: Coined as an analogy to the peat bog or swamp, in which animals or people somtimes find themselves hopelessly mired.
I'm not going to fall for your pathetic bogging any more, either you snap out of it and cheer up or I'm gone!
作者 Brad Hoehne 2004年1月29日
Bog
Sketch/Swampy
That's some bog shit right there!

Created by MeganMinaj (Megan G) & LillyWayne (Lilly W)
This word is entered in our drunk dictionary, and we want credit for it.
作者 MeganMinaj & LillyWayne 2011年5月11日
bog
Euphemism: pertaining to female genitalia; full, wet and swollen with life.
A cunnilinguist by trade, Stephen liked nothing more than dredging the bog from time to time.
作者 Anonymous 2003年7月15日
bog
To bust ass, or let a particularly "ripe one" loose.
After eating chili and hard boiled eggs for lunch, phil bogged in class and cleared the room.
作者 thatoneguywhodoesthings 2007年2月16日
bog
Shit or crap etc.
I need s bog real bad!
作者 Chimp 2003年8月15日
bog
noun: A person whom you cannot identify upon, they can be a boy or girl.
Boy or Girl = bog
OH MYYYYY! Dude did you just see that bog!?
作者 Richard Park 2007年2月23日
bog
1. verb - To delay action in a matter or procrastinate.
2. verb - To be running late
3. noun (as "bogger") - One who is habitually late or slow to effect action. Particularly grevious examples can me referred to as "bogmasters"
1. "We must leave promptly at noon. Please do not bog!"
2. "Excuse me for bogging... I got wrapped up in something and lost track of time"
3. "Must we wait again for Dave? He is always such a bogger!"
作者 J. Morrison 2006年8月24日

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