Acronym. Sudden Loss of Grip. The unconscious and sudden relaxation of muscle control in the hand leading to the release of an object.
Most often occurs when holding an alcoholic drink in a public area. S.l.o.g. is frequently followed by embarassment and the need for more alcohol.
by Mark Sundermeyer March 02, 2008
A long session of hard work.
Kenny and James Slogged for 18 hours in a hay field, while they were camping.
by Wandy September 30, 2004
This is a combination between a slut and a hog. It is commonly used to describe a promiscious woman who is quite overweight. Also used to describe any women who you dislike and want to offend.
She is sleeping with half the sailors at the port and eats more than them too, what a slog.
by Charles Scheerer August 14, 2006
when someone passes wind anyone in hearing distance of the fart, can say SLOGS, which gives him or her the right to punch the person farting. To negate SLOGS the farter has to say NO SLOGS.
FART >>>>>>>> SLOGS>>>>>>>>PUNCH>>>>NO SLOGS
by ldd39640 February 07, 2010
A combination of the words job and slow, the term for a run or portion of a run when your pace slows to that of a quick walk usually due to exhaustion, a loss of motivation, or physical distress. Usage patented by laura @ the gluten-free treadmill, Susie @ SuzLyfe, and Mike @ Running Around the Bend.
By the end of the marathon, I was reduced to slogging through the last mile because I was so tired.
by LauraJayneBlog June 19, 2014
verb (slogs, slogging, slogged): a mix of "sloshed" and "nog;" to drink alcoholic egg nog, often in the Christmas season, until you're grade 9 drunk and your parents are mad at you.
"The boys are home from school. Let's all get slogged and watch SW all day."
by cheddarbob December 23, 2012
1. A slow-paced or boring blog.
"I'm sick of Christie asking me whether or not I've read the latest entry in her slog yet. The only thing she ever writes about is her dreams, and she never uses any puctuation!"
by aletheia vonlubs May 09, 2008