v. the act of one, when in a seated position, having to bend uncomfortably forward (or to the side) to avoid the incessant coughing and resultant flying of mucus from hitting the back of one's neck. This is a maneuver used for one to passive-aggressively confront rude people seated behind him/her who don't or won't sickline or cover their mouth. Maneuver is particularly effective when used in conjunction with a hooded garment, although it can cause back/neck pain/spasms after prolonged use.
"The person behind me in class was coughing so loud that I had to arcumvent forward so I could hear the professor and not get snot/spit/mucus on the back of my neck! My back is KILLING me now! Next time I see this person there are gonna be cocksequences!"
by Jake Stebel October 02, 2009