Noun: Pledgend. An individual who is pledging for a fraternnal organization, most commonly found on college campuses in the United States and some provinces of Canada, who demonstrates actions that go above and beyond exemplary. This individual, should they be deemed a pledgend, is assured a place in the Brotherhood he aspires to become a part of as his actions become not only historically significant, but in time, legend. His actions can often also be referred to as remarkable, surreal, ballsy or simply and most commonly, unheard of.
"I heard about your 2 hour and 12 minute keg-stand man, you pledgend!"

"Son, back in my day I was a straight pledgend, didn't sleep for 116 hours because of a stake out sting operation outside of a Walgreens."
作者 Waldo4 2010年3月23日

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