Term used to describe when someone believes the lyrics to a song to be VERY different from the actual words.

This was started because a number of children believed the lyrics to chorus of the Janis Joplin song "Piece of My Heart" were this:
"I’ll say come on, come on, come on, come on and take it!
Take it!
Take another little piece of my hong yong, baby."

The children believed that this was a naughty term they just didn't know the meaning of yet.
Someone singing the lyrics to the White Snake song "Here I Go Again" and singing "Like a twister I was born to walk alone"

Dude - you totally just pulled a hong yong, they say "Like a drifter I was born to walk alone"
by JBArtistic May 05, 2011
a boisterous child lacking in social graces; compare to yahoo; phrase in use prior to 1950
Those kids were acting like a bunch of hong yongs.
by Allen Roberts December 27, 2012

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