Inmate #1: Bridging, Warden.
Inmate #2: Yeah, bridging.
Origins of this terminology date back to an occurrence on a New Zealand Contiki tourist bus in which a man was talking to a woman in a way some would call light flirting. All was going well until he started going on some tangent about how the Auckland bridge's original designs had etc etc. Hence killing the conversation. It is from here we take our term Bridging.
Person B: He's been bridging all night.
Please Note: this term may be altered slightly to fit more grammatically into sentences.
Eg. 1)He's such a bridger
2)I just bridged out so bad
Mentioning of the subject Bridging will usually be greeted with a cry of WHEY! from all persons nearby.
Apparently 4 GCSE's can be obtained from this dos lesson.
(Greeted by a cry of WHEY! from all nearby persons)
Jonny: Yeah, it's a dos, I might just Chong the Bhudda and play games whilst achieving 4 A*