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4.
Golf - spelled backwards
As the duffers finish their round of golf: "That was a fine day of flog"
by Dan Stearns June 02, 2005
 
8.
the act of smacking your significant other in the head with your penis.
The whore liked being flogged as she came.
by harry January 21, 2003
 
9.
verb. To use Facebook as your blog, providing frequent content updates and fresh spider-bait (not really, but it sounded good), without actually having to put in the time and effort it takes to write a good blog.

noun. The Facebook profile, fan page, or other offering that serves as the lazy man's (or woman's) self-promotion.
I don't have time to blog because I'm too busy writing, so I just use Facebook to flog my updates.
by Lingistic Sorceress January 22, 2011
 
10.
-to beat with a rod or whip.
-to criticize.
I've got half a mind to flog you, punk!
by Doric March 16, 2009
 
11.
The act of taking a motor vehicle through Lanark County backrounds covered with so much snow you have to spin the tires the whole way down the road, usually while under the influence of your drugs of choice.
" These backrounds are fucked, theres too much snow so I think it's best to just flog her"
or

"You remember when we were flogging your Cutlass Anderson side road piss drunk last night?"
by John D. Pigeon February 06, 2008
 
12.
The act of Masturbation
After Sam got home from some serious LARPing, he decided to tape himself flogging for his dungeon wench.
by Brendan Morse December 02, 2007
 
13.
1. to beat with a rubber hose/tube- used in police stations on suspects who dont cooperate during an interrogation. (see flogging)
2. a cencor for the word "fuck"
1. "oh, son your heading towards a huge flogging tonight."
2. "argh! u flogging ash roll!"
by sigmund the dephacate April 27, 2006
 
14.
Fake blog, a website pretending to be a blog but actually the creation of public relations firms, the mainstream media, or professional political operatives.
Talon News was a "fake blog", created to attempt to grab the focus from real blogs and insert government spin into the online community.
by RandyTrevor February 25, 2005