The absolute true state of melancholic one feels when sad, pensive, dejected and simply unsure of feelings, circumstances and how to proceed or even IF one should proceed in any manner.
Lady Di was terribly fruit-dog when her boyfriend (BF) advised her he couldn't spend all his time with her and even suggested it was selfish of her to expect it.
by Lady Di January 13, 2007
Melancholy; sad; gloomy.

(Derived from observing that "melancholy" is an unusual word; the first syllable sounds like "melon," which is a fruit, and the second sounds like "collie," which is a dog.)
"I think I'm just going to go home," he said. "I'm feeling kind of fruitdog today."
by mathjedi June 10, 2005
(mellen-collie)
The absolute true state of melancholy one feels when sad, pensive, dejected and simply unsure of feelings, circumstances and how to proceed or even IF one should proceed in any manner.
Lady Di was terribly fruit-dog when her boyfriend (BF) advised her he couldn't spend all his time with her and even suggested it was selfish of her to expect it.
by Lady Di January 13, 2007

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