Noun. A game in which coke bottles filled with sand and duct taped beyond belief are used to fong people.
Taken from the movie, "A Knight's Tale", where they seem to use that word a lot. Especially Watt. And Chaucer.
To hit in the head any amount of times with a wadded up paper ball covered with duct tape.
Different forms: fong (the act of fonging), fonged (the act of fonging in the past), Fongler (one who fongs), Fongling Ball (the wadded up paper ball covered with duct tape that is used in the act of fonging), fongled (the term used by a person to describe the instance in which he or she was fonged), The Fongled (those who have been fonged.
Origins: Variation of the "Fong" in a Knight's Tale.
Different forms: I will fong you! I fonged him yesterday! You are such a Fongler! I found the Fongling Ball! I have been fongled! They are of the Fongled.
1. making reference to wealthy Chinese men that are able to afford a lifestyle that far surpasses any logical sound financial reasoning.
2. to consistently select the best, most expensive, most sought-after, most desirable, most difficult to acquire items, without hesitation.
2. I don't know what to do... I really can't afford this... and I could actually get by with something cheaper and of lesser quality. - Dude,... just Fong it.
Fong: Did you know that sushi originated and Japan and that the Koreans are the second best handlers of fish in the world?