'Waggus' is a word which derives from the word 'Wah-Gwan' which means 'whats going on'. The word 'Waggus' was invented in the year 2011 towards the beginning of January and has been a phenomenon ever since in the south region of Buckinghamshire being used by kids and teenagers of all ages. 'Waggus' can be used in many examples but does not have a direct meaning as it can be used to ask 'whats going on' or 'whats happening' and can be prounced in many different ways 'Wgs', 'Wag', 'Veggus'. The opposite of 'Waggus' is 'Naggus' which means to be not good or something that you should not look forward to. E.g. This weekend is going to be Naggus.
(Boy walks into a room to talk to his mates)
Boy: Waggus Lads