Adaption of the phrase 'knee deep in clunge'. it is when the amount of clunge becomes far too much you need 'clunge bands'. like arms bands when swimming they help keep you afloat in excess clunge.
Clearly clunge bands are not real but metaphorical. Used in sentences when inquiring about a party or gathering.
Other variations include the clunge snorkel and clunge diving equipment.
1: 'So what's this party going to be like tonight?'
2: ' bring your clunge bands, were going to be more than knee deep in clunge'