Shrak (verb, Newburghese): to wildly, inappropriately revel in the awkwardness, misfortune and despair brought on by the situation of one's post-collegiate life. Also "Shrakish," "Shraking," "Shrakingly,' "Shraked."
I'm trying to decide whether to shrak at the bar tonight, or sit at home and watch bad television.

I had a shrakingly good time last night, but you're just not my type.
by YouWishYouWereMe17 February 08, 2010

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