noun. Staying inside, primarily in one bed or room (acting like a nest or cage) doing little more than sleeping, curling up, eating or nibbling things like trail mix, sex-ing....and then repeating the whole process over and over for day(s) at a time like domestic hamsters....who's lifestyle this replicates minus the sawdust and wall mounted water bottle.
-ing (as a verb) ... to hamster.
Tired, a bit stressed and ready to hide, Magnolia was happy to grab more snacks and go hamster with her favorite boy all weekend.
Sorry I missed your calls, I was hamstering all last week and unplugged all technology.
1.) Verb, HAM-STUR, to hamster, in order to survive one will eat its young. To hamster is to eat your offspring.
2.) Noun, HAM-STUR, (See ninja) A cute little animal known for its sudden violent reactions to little children holding it. Hamsters have been known to kill at any impulse, even if there is no need for eminent death of the child.
1.) The other day, I got a little rumble n my tummy, and so I decided to go hamster on my children.
2.) The hamster ate the nine year old's whole birthday party because someone dropped a spoon.
A small rodent not to be confused with a mouse. They are very fuzzy and friendly. They also like to dance. Also, they will run in little plastic or metal wheels until they die from either heart attack or exhaustion. Make good pets except they are escape artists.
The hamster nibbled the small piece of apple amusing the giggling group of girls who where watching it.
The squirrels' cohorts in world domination.
They're trying to take over the fuckin' world, I tell ya, I swear to God...