originated in Nottingham, England by the "Grogg Brigade", to refer to Marijunana
and can also be to refer to the state one reaches after consumption: ie: to be groggy, or "dude i'm grogged". alterations are known: he's a grog-dog (some who partakes frequently)
It's a heath!
A mixture of rum and water, sometimes sweetened with lime and sugar. Issued on British Navy ships from the mid 18th Century to the late 20th Century.
Consumption of grog was preceeded by the call to "Up Spirits".
The drink of the pirates
Arrrrr. Do ye want some grog? Yarrrrr!
grog is a word used by aussies which means alcahol
im going to the bottle shop to buy some grog
Grog is a secret mixture that contains one or more of the following:
-red dye #2
As you can imagine, it's one of the most caustic, volatile substances known to man.
You're a bunch of foul-smelling, grog-swilling pigs!
No swag means no grog, and we're running dangerously low on grog...
Australian slang for beer or alcohol.
" G'day mate, how bout we head on down to tha pub and grab us some grog? " ;)
1. Grog: to call someone on the phone while you're taking a shit. Usually includes the other person discovering you were taking a shit when they hear the toilet flush. (e.g. to grog someone)
2. Grog: to take a shit, to poop. (e.g. taking a grog)
1. "I just called John the other day while I was on the toilet and I grog'd him."
2. "Tim Grogins just grog'd himself!"
Cavalry Grog has a long tradition of identifying true cavalrymen.
The history of the "Punch Bowl" ceremony has become obscured with time. Legend has it that during the years of the Westward expansion, Cavalry Troopers would share their spirits with one another thereby insuring that all fellow troopers had something to drink. The alcoholic spirits usually consisted of whatever an individual trooper’s taste was, and that when mixed with other alcohol created a powerful drink known as "GROG". The camaraderie developed over the decades, and the various wars and campaigns provided the rare opportunity to share "liberated" spirits with each other. Today’s "GROG"
or punch bowl ceremony is a symbolic reflection of this age-old tradition.
It doesn't take much of the grog mixture to become wasted.