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7 definitions by josh190889

 
1.
the word derives from the adjectives 'aggressive' and 'agitated' and is the emotion felt when seriously angry and annoyed. Signs of 'agg' can often be seen in the eyes and mouth.

The best way of preventing a friend from getting aggy is to say "Mate, don't get aggy!"
Dave had just lost his fifth consecutive game of FIFA and was clearly getting aggy.
On closer inspection the pupils in his eyes were dilating and turning red, whilst his mouth was shaking uncontrollably with rage. He was so aggy.
by josh190889 January 04, 2010
 
2.
a person or individual dedicated to the hunt for gash. Often found in areas with loud music such as bars or clubs
Josh has so much success with the ladies. He is relentless, persistent and charming, often embarking on a malicious gash-hunt. This is what I call a Sweet Lad
by josh190889 January 03, 2010
 
3.
the act of attacking gash furiously, with no regard for consequences or rejection. Often exhibited by sweet lads
a number of sweet lads on a night out would embark on a malicious gash-hunt if they crack on to every group of available women, disregarding any fear of rejection or humiliation. Pure persistence and endeavour help them to achieve their goal of plentiful gash
by josh190889 January 03, 2010
 
4.
The act of searching for women for sexual engagement.
Several men on a gash-hunt would be on a night out, cracking on to every available woman, looking for action.
by josh190889 January 03, 2010
 
5.
the condition of the mouth which occurs when an individual is aggy. During extreme anger, or annoyance, the individual's mouth will shake uncontrollably as the rage within consumes them.

Aggy mouth tends to unsettle other individuals in close proximity to the aggy individual, who grow concerned an outburst of violence or a verbal tirade is about to be unleashed

Often coincides with aggy eyes
Dave was so aggy after losing his fifth consecutive game of FIFA he began to get aggy mouth. As his mouth shaked and lips quivered uncontrollably, we awaited the inevitable foul-mouthed harangue or potentially a vicious windmilling arm attack.
by josh190889 January 04, 2010
 
6.
the condition of the eye which occurs when an individual is aggy. During extreme anger, or annoyance, the individual's eyes will dilate and turn red as the rage within consumes them.

Some people claim to see the devil in the eyes in such a scenario.

Often coincides with aggy mouth
Dave was so aggy after losing his fifth consecutive game of FIFA he began to get aggy eyes. I swear I saw the devil through his dilated red pupils. If looks could kill, this would do the jobbie.
by josh190889 January 04, 2010
 
7.
Derived from the English word 'message' this word encapsulates both the cultures of Essex and Italy providing a more exotic and thrilling pronunciation.
Chris's Answer-phone: - Hi, how you doing? I'm not here at the moment. But please leave a 'messarge', after the tone.

Josh - Alright mate, just Josh here. Thought I'd leave you a little messargini to let you know I'm missing you on your travels around the world. Have a lovely time.
by josh190889 January 04, 2010