Verb derived from the term "(to) bug out". To retreat or flee, especially in a panic during a battle. In a non-military use, it means to depart quickly. Originated among GI's early in the Korean War (1950-1953) and entered civilian culture from there. Very similar to "bail out" used by aircrew in earlier wars and still in use today, sometimes as "(to) bail".
"Hey Sarge! They're buggin-out from the ridge over there. Wonder what they're up to now? Should we fall back?"
"Hey man, I'm buggin out, I've got stuff to do. Thanks for the beer."
(1)To preform an action, or display a behavior that contradicts your normal persona.(2)To unintentionally act like your under the influence of a hallucenogenic drug while sober.(3)Conduct unbecoming of a person of sound mind and body.(4)Brief mental impairment.
Guy#1: Yo, did you hear somebody knocking at the door?
Guy#2: Naw, son you buggin out.
This is basicaly the same as "freekn'out", It's brought on by using too much Cocaine,Regardless of what ever form it's in; be it : Crack, or powder, even in liquid form.
Pat allways is buggin out when he smokes crack. He thinks hes being watched but when you ask him "who's watching"? He says "I don't know".