to confused, but since it is a nonsence word like sploodge, it can be used in any situation, at any time, anywhere. it originated form the english word- bewilder
teacher - "guys, hey GUYS! pay attention or else
youll be wicked .... ummm bedoggled
when you do this later"students
- "dude, bedoggled
? sweet... facebook status tonight anyone?"
woah... im totaly bedoggled
on that last question, gimme your
any other way you want...