deliberately short-term sexual relationship between two people. Longer than a one-night stand, not as serious-sounding as "affair", more frankly physical than the discreet or twee "dalliance", the word has the associations of a much-needed sexual relief from stress, worry or hangups. No deep personal involvement required, just the sex and a bit of attention.
Office gossip: Oh, by the way, I heard about your secretary's latest fling!
Minor boss: Whaurrgh (choking on his croissant) - How did you find out?
Office gossip: ... With one of the young trainees. Hey, just a minute (grinning with delight) ....
Minor boss: What? Look, I didn't say anything! Err ... which trainee? (under his breath: the double-dealing BITCH!)
When you're NOT in a relationship with the other person but you do have the privilages as someone that is in one. Often very short-term, can be sexual or non-sexual, such as a kiss, hug, holding hands or dates. Stress on the fact that there is no commitment and not serious.
"It was just a fling with David... I don't expect it to go into a relationship."
1. a brief period of relaxation or indulgence
2. a brief sexual encounter
He had a fling with my aunt and the tabloids blew it out of proportion.
NOT going out but have the same privilages as someone going out.
ex. holding hands, kissing,hugging ect.
dude were flinging ...go away
To aggressivley jump on someones back.
(Flings on back)
To throw an object with great force, usually in a discontent manner.
The action of flailing the arms in a vicious manner while pertruding outwards from the side of the body.
I'm going to fling it out the window if you don't stop harrassing me.
Those damn kids kept flinging stones at my cat.
I couldn't hold him down because he kept flinging his arms all over the place.
1. to throw, cast, or hurl with force or violence.
1. fake jewerly. fake bling.
2. total opposite of bling.
Who's that rapper trying to fool with that fling fling?