Flurgh is a non-comittal response given when you are uncertain as to what to reply to a question, or wish to obtain more information before answering. Usually used in reply to invitations to take part in sporting activities or social engagements.
On the whole flurgh leans toward being a negative answer, and is used when you don't want to give offense.
If you wish to be slightly more expansive on your meaning when using flurgh, the '+' and '-' signs may be used in conjunction with flurgh ie. maybe yes: +flurgh, and probably no: -flurgh.
Flurgh should never be spoken aloud, only ever written, but if it was pronounced it would sound phonetically almost exactly as it is spelled.
Dave says: Jon, would you like to come out with Jenna and i this Saturday?
Jon says: flurgh
Dave says: It's going to be a good show, a musical..
An excited and energised state experienced by nerds when temporarily uplifted by positive(often virtual)events in their lives.
These experiences often lead nerds to believe that real life, sex, nonline girlfriends, sporting ability and good looks are not that important after all.
Geek 1: (types) 'whoa guys i'm totally nergied by that final round of Legend Quest 3 : The Gathering!!'