can also be used in the past tense as a verb., i.e. MOGed.
can also be used as MOGer.
2. Dude she just got MOGed.
3. There is a MOGer walking there, i can see it in his eyes.
2. a dramatic archetype described as a young girl in the absence of a mother, who is wise beyond her years, and has a perplexing relationship with the father figure
Mogs often start sentences with phrases such as "theoretically", "mathematically", "according to quantum mechanics", and "Star Wars". They are often found at libraries, science fairs, and virtual online gaming sites.
"In essence, I discovered a non-conservative particle which connects general relativity, quantum mechanics, electromagnetism, quark function, and spectral dimensions, so, indeed, I must decline your offer to voluptuously copulate," said the mog to the supermodel.