The name given to wine, generally white, when removed from the cask. The sack is made of a strong foil, so it can be passed around without getting damaged.
It is a popular alcohol choice for Australian teenagers, as it costs no more than $15 for 4 litres, which is a very affordable way to get fucked up.
When one is intoxicated, they often drink the juice straight from the sack, although it is also commonly mixed with other liquids such as orange juice or soft drink, to make the taste more tolerable.
girl "Hey, pass the goon sack."
boy "Ok, do you want a cup, too?"
girl "Are you serious? I have it straight from the sack."
Not Even Joking.
Used, mainly on social network sites, messenger programs and through text messages, when someone is very serious about what they are saying.
It is usually said in a situation, when one person is trying to assure another that they are, in fact, serious, not being sarcastic.
boy: i don't think she even likes me
girl: she said she does. nej
The state in which one gets to when they are so drunk that they lose control of themselves. It often results in behaving in ways one wouldn't when sober, including slurring words, saying and doing regretful things, that they will probably not remember doing, anyway.
girl #1 "Do you want to go to Sam's tonight?"
girl #2 "Is everyone getting ronky donk donk?"
girl #1 "There'll be, like, ten sacks of goon, so I'm guessing so.
boy "I can't believe we kissed last night!"
girl "We kissed?"
boy "I didn't think you'd remember. You were pretty ronky donk donk!"
1. A less harsh word for fuckwit, dick, idiot, and all other offensive terms refering to someone who is being silly.
It is also a less serious term, therefore sounding less offensive, and because of the ridiculous sound of the word, it can be taken more lightly.
2. Can be used to refer to the male's genital
Boy "Did you know I can skull a whole sack of goon in five minutes?"
Girl "That's not even cool, you nonger!"