Meaning something that tastes good.
Can also mean that something looks good.
Mate, this burger is fang. Or, she looks fang.
by bigapayne December 05, 2012
F*cks Are Not Given

An outlook on life that speaks for itself. Often used as a verb: "fanging".
"I know I should have shown up for my interview, but I was just FANGing so hard."

"I would have written a better definition if I wasn't FANGing."

Boss: "You can't do that here"
Employee: "Sorry, but FANG"
by teh interwebz September 04, 2014
to really want or crave something
i'm absolutely fanging for a cigarette/drink/sleep etc...
by genkigrrl October 25, 2004
A person's ferocity or prowess/ a person who has 'Fangs' is unusually ferocious, strong, and/or perceptive in a fight (any type of fight, including physical, mental, etc.) and/or daily life

A person who has 'lost their fangs' is someone who used to be very perceptive/ferocious/strong (or a combination of these things) but is not anymore

A person whose 'fangs have dulled' is someone who is still perceptive/ferocious/strong (or a combination of these things), but not to the same extent as they had been at some point in the past

A person who has 'hidden their fangs' is someone who is unusually ferocious, strong, and/or perceptive in a fight and/or daily life, but does not outwardly show it.
Vincent: "What's the new kid like?"
Tom: "I've seen him in a fight, the kid's got one hell of a pair of fangs."
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Matt: "I heard Liam used to be a street brawler."
Elliot: "He was, but he's lost his fangs."

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Kyle: "Scott used to be a lot tougher."
Carter: "Yeah,but his new girlfriend has dulled his fangs."
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Sam: "Is Branden really that strong?"
Willy: "Totally. He just likes to hide his fangs."
by Northern Soul Eater November 26, 2013
To add a very bland and uninteresting comment to a chat conversation that was otherwise moving along nicely, thus making everybody else lose interest in the conversation, effectively killing the chat conversation.
The Chat was on fire today, but he fanged it with that link to the reuters article.
by anon564684161 February 18, 2010
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