NASDAT speak, from A Clockwork Orange, meaning God.
'...But suddenly, I viddied that thinking was for the gloopy ones, and that the oomny ones use like, inspiration and what Bog sends. Now it was lovely music that came into my aid. There was a window open with the stereo on, and I viddied right at once what to do.'
by Chimpppp August 29, 2007
bunch of giggles.
emily: i just tripped
bill: BOG
by bigd***101 July 26, 2010
big 'ol girl

meaning: Your gay male friend who emanates femininity.
I went out Saturday night with the high school quarterback just to find out he was a bog.
by SharpInSF June 21, 2009
When one person positions themselves in such a way that their buttocks is in direct conjunction with the buttocks of another. Once this position is achieved, the two parties proceed to fart at precisely the same time, thus canceling out the fart itself.

"Man, did you hear about Melissa and Gail bogging last night? that's disgusting!"

"To err is human, to bog is divine"- William Shakespeare.
by Rick and Anthony. September 02, 2008
A homosexual.
"A 10 year old pop star? What a bog!"
by 4n4rchy July 16, 2008
Another word for shroom which are mushrooms containing psilocybin and psilocin, that are ingested for there hallucinogenic properties. It can also be used as a synonym for any other illegal drug.

This word was first commonly used by the SMART CREW (graffiti crew) from NYC. It is now often used in the New England area in many underground cultures. It is a very versatile word that can also be used as a verb, noun, adjective, etc... with completely different meanings.
Are you going bog out tonight?

Are there any cameras? I'm just going to bog it, look out for boggers.

Who's bog-tending tonight? You think we can get free drinks?
by Ray Brower March 26, 2008
To bust ass, or let a particularly "ripe one" loose.
After eating chili and hard boiled eggs for lunch, phil bogged in class and completely cleared the room.
by thatoneguywhodoesthings March 02, 2007
An area of sense, highly acidic soil formed from the decay over millions of years of various forests. The source of turf. Were once common in Europe, but are now found mainly in Ireland.
Let's go down to the bog and get some turf.
by Darth Ridley November 07, 2006

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