1. A brain with an excessive amount of veins. A vunge is often seen pulsating and pumping, like the beat of a heart.
2. Opposite of "laly". The term laly is used to refer to those who are "such". A "such" person is one who defies oneself. Therefore, as an adjective, a vunge is something which is true to oneself.
Billy: Look at that vunge!!!!
John: Look at that subtle off-pink colouring. The tasteful thickness of it. Oh my god, it even has blood!
Billy: Hmm... I don't know... It's a little too wave for my taste. But the one I saw yesterday... I think it really came into it's own, commercially and artistically. They veins gave it a clear, crisp aesthetic appeal and a new sheen of consummate professionalism... it really gives the pulse a big boost. It has been compared to a laly, but i think vunges have a far more bitter, cynical sense of humour.
The Catcher in the Rye is a book which explores the theme of coming-of-age. In the novel, Holden, the main character, demonstrates a profound sense of being true to himself and therefore acts very vunge.