Etymology: Polite/flippant alternative to "fuck", perhaps a contraction of "foo" and "fanagle".
1: to casually or passively experiment with something, especially something that is complex and which usually requires an intimate working knowledge.
2: to examine or assess something by brute-force or random testing.
1: to study irrelevant things at an inappropriate time.
2: to futz
"I'm foogling with this car engine."
"He never gets any work done, as he spends all his time foogling around on his computer."
1) To ask a friend on chat/email/im (media which by their very nature mean that one is on the internet) a question that could be google'd or wikipedia'd in less time than it takes to ask.
Instead of using google maps like a normal person, Kerry foogled Kelly on gchat asking for directions.
Matt (through IM): Jake, can you tell me Tom Gugliotta's stats in 1997?
Jake: Matt! Don't foogle me!
(noun) a person who relies on google for any task that requires any type of thinking or work; "fool for google"
girl1: Hey, I was wondering if you wanted to come work on that project with me at the library.
girl2: Are you talking about that research project?
girl2: Girl, I'm just going to google it.
girl1: You are such a foogle...
to kiss and too touch all at once
Allison: Last night Jonathan gave me a gooooood foogleing. I have been waiting for him to do that with me for sooo long!
Erin: Riiiiight... You have NO idea what foogleing is.
Fucking around on google.
I want to learn more about nothing so I think I'll go home and foogle for a bit.
A word that can be used to replace other words, sort of like fuck. Can be used as a noun, adjective, or part of a word.
What a dumb foogle.
Look at the way he foogles her.
That man looks foogle-dead.
the act of shatting where someone sleeps.
a shat shit in a sleeping area
you foogled my eggo and pillow!