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A more vulgar and generic term for "leak." Can be used in any situation where a liquid or a bodily fluid has been involved, usually in a negative context. If used in a context when more than one liquid could be appropriate, automatically assume the worse.
Jimmy: I leakqueged all over your mom last night.
Bill: Oh, gross.

Brandon: When Chris was on coke last night, he had a little leakquege...gatorade all over his computer. It's toast.

Peter: Liz got a bit too drunk last night. She had a little leakquege on the couch and then leakqueged all over the bathroom.

Matt: Oh no. Adam didn't spring a leak. He leakqueged all over the floor. Didn't even manage to pull down his pants.
by accidentprone8 October 27, 2010
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