An acquaintance or friend who tends to disappear into thin air. Often a member of a group of friends who tends to bail at parties, leave early during an engagement, or otherwise is notorious for fleeing the scene without duly giving notice.
"Man, this party is just starting to warm up, but I can't find Peter. I bet Peter pulled a Ghost Dawg again."
"So the new employee just walked off the job? Just like that, without even alerting anybody? He pulled a Ghost Dawg."
Much like social cliques in high school, virual cliqueing can occur in online forums or threads where two or more people take over a conversation, steering it in such a direction where all other users leave the forum or thread. As in social settings such as school, a clique can be formed online when people with similar interests take over a certain topic and literally close out a once vibrant thread, due to their esoteric ramblings or code language unknown to the greater community using that forum/thread
Online Commentator 1: "Just like in high school, Charles and Justin had to veer off on a tangent, driving the rest of the online contributors onto a different thread to complete discussing our original topic. Charles and Justin are good at virtual cliqueing themselves while closing out once popular threads."
Online Commentator 2: "Yeah, quite peculiar, it's like they are deliberately trying to ostracize themselves, just like in high school."
A famous brand of 'bath salt,' a class of designer drugs that gained prominence in 2010.
"10 mg of insulfated Snow Leopard should keep you blazing the night away."