Sclooping/to scloop \verb\ 1: the act of doing work for one job or class, while at another job or in another class. 2: to take care of personal matters while at the office. Origins: Hastings-on-Hudson, NY
"Sarah got caught working on her chemistry homework in AP English class; she was sclooping." "I had to scloop all day at work today to finalize our itinerary for our trip to the hamptons."
by Miss Lonely Hearts November 05, 2013