1) Pinching, biting, twisting, slapping, punching, kicking or whipping large titties.
2) Listening intently and totally grooving to "Johnny The Fox" by Thin Lizzy at ear splitting volume sometimes while pinching, twisting, slapping, punching, kicking, or whipping large titties in the back of a black Cadillac.
3) Sometimes but not necessarily chooglin down on skid row where only black men can go and shady deals unravel.
4) Cleverly concealing ones stash during the act of breaking out a bottle while being sly, slick and subtle.
Juuben female prison guards is a popular pastime in North Texas.
According to a recent study done by MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology); juuben and chooglin daily can reduce stress, prevent high blood pressure, increase stamina and promote healthy teeth and gums.
Those guys in Boss Tweed are constantly juuben and chooglin.
Gato is juuben Zoeys brains out.
To have a good raucous time, as defined by the following Creedence Clearwater Revival lyrics:
"Maybe you don’t understand it.
But if you’re a natural man,
You got to ball and have a good time
And that’s what I call chooglin’."
"Here comes mary lookin’ for harry,
She gonna choogle tonight.
Here comes louie, works in the sewer,
He gonna choogle tonight."
The act in which a band member is allowed to jam for an extended period of time while the rest of the band is left to play the same thing for the entire duration of the Fogerty Time. Sometimes this period could last for several minutes or even an entire song so long as the remaining band members play similar parts for most of the song. Fogerty time can include any instrument including: guitar, harmonica, saxophone, piano, and vocals.
The Fogerty Look can also be used if the other band members are not cooperating.
CCR - Keep on Chooglin': includes full on Fogerty Time. The bass plays the same note almost the whole song.
CCR - Heard It Through The Grapevine: includes an extended Fogerty Time at the end that comprises of most of the song.
A rhythm guitar style that employs a deliberately hard up and down stroke against the strings to simulate the motions of pistons or trains. A style made popular in the late 1960s and early 1970s by Creedence Clearwater Revival.
That song meanders along until that mid-break, where, MAN! it starts to choogle!
To be so drunk that it feels like gravity keeps pulling you backwards
keep on wamplin