The act of jumping into rich people's hedges during the night.
Often practiced by select individuals in Canberra, Australia.
Ruth and I went hedging last night. Broke four people's hedges!
The act of keeping an eye on the hedges and steps of shops etc on the way back from the pub/bar/nightclub, looking for girls so drunk that they have to take a "rest" on the way home.
Such ladies are often more amenable to a man's charms at this stage than they were earlier in the evening. The technique was developed on Occupation Road in Corby, England; where a number of comfortable hedges could shelter several drunk, half-dressed and freezing minger
s? often delighted to share a taxi.
I have had no luck chatting up anyone in the Piano Bar tonight, so I am going to do some hedging on the way home.
Within gaming, notably First Person Shooters (FPS), to end one's life using explosives in a sacrificial yet joyful manner. And example of this is running up to an enemy and throw an explosive at both of your feet. The resulting explosion kills you both.
The original origin of the term comes from the novel series "Malazan Book of the Fallen" by Steven Erikson. Within the story, one of the sappers (or combat engineer) uses a 'cusser', which is an extremely explosive alchemical clay ball to save his squad and kill an enemy demon by running up to it and throwing it at the ground.
The act is only half of the process. One must be excited, or jubilant, possibly uttering a celebratory cry of triumph.
-"My strategy is simply to run in and hedge like a madman"
-"The guy suddenly ran at me and hedged us both to smitherines"
-"What the crap, who's the hedger?"
-"Thats it, I'm hedging!"
Description of a hedge monkey
in full flow! Normally describes an action slap bang between dancing, stumbling and falling.
"Man....there were so many crusties hedging round at that free party, I felt like the only person there who wasn't completely ketted up
The horizontal line that links all cubes in a cube farm
. This is the "ground" that gophering
is done from.
I peeked my head above the hedging a bit to see Alice talking to her mom in Japan.