7 definitions by Matt Snowball

noun

1. A drunk
2. One who is generally drunk or high
3. A sucker for a good alcoholic beverage
4. One who's arm(s) are made of rubber and easily twisted
1. Everyone knew they could find Jimmy at the bar after work because he was a meesh bag.
2. Joe got himself fired from work. He was such a meesh bag he couldn't show up on time in the mornings.
3. Frank never had any money. The meesh bag spent all his money on booze and weed.
4. George Thorogood was probably a meesh bag, as evidenced by the song, "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer".
by Matt Snowball February 07, 2007
verb (flargg'd)
see also flarg, flargging/flarggin'

1. Having accomplished nothing, often because of being in a state of stoned conciousness.
2a. Having been together with friends who have a common interest in weed, which resulted in minimal output of work save for baking a batch of cookies.
2b. Or if everyone was flargged to the extreme, having eaten raw cookie dough because baking would have meant work.
1. Frank, Joe, Chet, Callie and Iola flargged all night and in the process smoked an ounce of weed.
2. "Hey Kevin, what did you get up to last night"
"Not much, some buddies came over, we played some poker but pretty much just flargged."
3. "I flargg'd all week and I have my midterm tomorrow, I'm totally going to fail that sh**"
by Matt Snowball February 07, 2007
verb (flarggin')
see also flarg, flargged/flargg'd

1. Having accomplished nothing, often because of being in a state of stoned conciousness.
2a. Having been together with friends who have a common interest in weed, which resulted in minimal output of work save for baking a batch of cookies.
2b. Or if everyone was flargging to the extreme, eating raw cookie dough because baking would mean work.
1. Frank, Joe, Chet, Callie and Iola are flarggin' tonight and bought an ounce of weed for the occasion.
2. "Hey Kevin, what are you doing tonight?"
"Not much, some buddies are coming over, we might play some poker but we'll probably end up flargging."
4. "If I don't stop all this flargging I'll fail my midterm on Friday."
5. "I was so busy flarggin' I forgot to add example number 3."
by Matt Snowball February 07, 2007
The use of social engineering to gain access to a place or event where you have no business being.
1. Roy wasn't invited to the party but he knew some people there and used social hacking on the bouncer to get in.

2. Frank Abagnale Jr. in Catch Me If You Can escaping his duties as a doctor by making the interns seem incompetent.

3. Joe asked his Dad if he could stay out late, and was refused and went to his Mom and asked her mentioning that Dad had already said it was okay. Joe had been out of the house for two hours before his parents realized they were victims of social hacking.
by Matt Snowball February 02, 2007
noun

1. When one erupts uncontrollably into thunderous laughter and guffaws.
2. Laughter so deep and to the core that it is similar in outward appearance to an orgasm.
1. Jane was laughing so hard at the comedian she had a funny orgasm.
2. Karen's funny orgasm was so intense she wet herself.
by Matt Snowball February 07, 2007
The use of social engineering to gain access to a place or event where you have no business being.
1. Roy wasn't invited to the party but he knew some people there and used social hacking on the bouncer to get in.

2. Joe asked his Dad if he could stay out late, and was refused. Joe then went to his Mom and asked her, mentioning that his Dad had already said it was okay. Joe had been out of the house for two hours before his parents realized they were victims of social hacking.
by Matt Snowball February 07, 2007
verb
see also flargged/flargg'd, flargging/flarggin'

1. Making a plan to do nothing, often in a state of stoned conciousness.
2a. Getting together with friends who have a common interest in weed, resulting in minimal output of work save for baking a batch of cookies.
2b. Or if everyone is flarggin to the extreme, eating raw cookie dough because baking would mean work.
1. "Hey Sally, you want to come over and flarg today?"
2. "You got work tomorrow?"
"No."
"Alright let's get some weed and flarg for the rest of the day."
3. "You got work tomorrow?"
"Yes."
"Alright let's get some weed and flarg for the rest of the day."
4. Anytime the camera rotates around the cast of That 70's Show in Eric's basement they are flargging
5. "I don't know if I can flarg today, I've been flarggin' all week and I have my midterm tomorrow"
by Matt Snowball February 07, 2007

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