3 definitions by Jordan G

Top Definition
A children's cartoon character who, alledgedly, 'can fix it.' The truth of this claim is attested to in various episodes, and yet he is still to score with Wendy (the blonde chick).
Bob the Builder, can you fix my relationship with my wife? No? Oh well, at least you can free me from the obligation of interacting with my kids...
by Jordan G October 24, 2004
1. Incomplete or slapdash job made of something; or, a quick contrivance made to fit a particular specification.

2. Exclamation, which sounds a lot like 'fuck' but isn't considered to be rude. (Often, it is used to convert an already started 'fuck' into something acceptable -- eg. around parents, teachers or employers, and so is a 'fudge' in itself.)

3. Attempt to evade through misdirection or lies.

4. Soft, buttery sweet (candy).

'Fudge' is often supposed to be an Americanism, but is actually thought to come from the old word 'fadge', meaning 'to fit'. This, in turn, comes a certain 'Captain Fudge', who was well known for telling lies; thus, a fudge is a contrivance, made to fit.

It remains to be seen if future generations will 'kerry together' a program overnight (after John Kerry, who's claims as a Vietnam War veteran have come under fire), or call out 'oh, bush!' in exasperation (George Bush, his claims of Iraqi WMDs still contested).

See also 'fudgepacker' (a term for the active partner in anal sex -- not the same as, or limited to, gay men).
1. There was a day left to make the coursework deadline, so they fudged something together overnight.

2. 'How could we have failed, Ms Hardedge? I mean, what the fu... u... udge?'

3. Ms Hardedge asked them about their project, but being unsure they just fudged their answers.

4. The kids ate some fudge, dispirited after failing their project miserably.
by Jordan G March 25, 2005
The process of animating corpse; in the traditional voudoun religion, this is achieved through fissioning the soul to detatch that part responsible for individuality, though it has been theorised that the actual process, if it exists, could involve toxxins extracted from (for example) the blowfish.

Much has been made of zombification, and particularly as a result of biophages, on the silver screen, an early example being the 'Night of the Living Dead' trilogy and more recently the 'Resident Evil' games and films. In the former, the process is less important than the results of mass zombification.

Zombification is also a word used to describe the effects of the dulling or desensitising influences of modern culture, or numbing experiences in general.
The malefactuer continued to wait; when the victim called his name, the zombification would be complete.

Television today is nothing but mass zombification!
by Jordan G January 25, 2004
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