Dungus (Noun) – An associate, co-worker, or acquaintance whose day-to-day activities interfere with the progressive nature of any activity. Not only do these individuals inhibit productivity on any level, they also seem to always be accompanied by a hellish odor sometimes described as “burning happiness”. A Dungus usually grows from damp and flattened office chairs, only moving for rations or to relieve themselves of the waste created from day(s) old food acquired and stored in a cool place until consumed.
Dungus ( Verb) – i.e. To be a Dungus – A person intentionally not doing what they have been tasked with, often while smelling putrid.
by Dr. Disaster November 11, 2010