- Fan of the heavy metal band Slipknot
- "The Pulse of the Maggots"
- Maggots, "Slipknot the #1 Band"
by Kalan Petty June 27, 2004
Contrary to popular belief, the word maggot does NOT refer to Slipknot's fans. It was started by a United States Marine Corps Drill Instructor. He used as an insult to motivate recuits going through boot camp.
Where the hell are you going maggot?! No one dismissed you yet!!! (usually yelled about 1/4 of an inch from your face)
by LDW September 17, 2004
A respectful name for the loyal and hardcore fans of heavy metal greatest band "slipknot".
They have done a song to thank the fans for sticking by them and its called "Pulse Of The Maggots"
by martyn37 June 20, 2005
to be full inebriated, intoxicated, or pissed drunk
DAMN! ur fukin maggot today XD
by dubie_e May 08, 2007
Being drunk, or in a drunken stupor
Fred: Lets get maggot!
Frank: Ok!
by Pat16 April 26, 2006
Used to describe the state of a person who has consumed too much alcohol.
"hey look Tom is maggot! haha!" "i got maggot last night"
by Josh Tomo April 10, 2006
Some of you may have gotten this right, but most of you are really far off.

Maggot (n): a name used to degrade somebody, generally used in the military. Used by somebody of higher rank to degrade and/or humiliate somebody of lower rank.

Maggot (n): a worm like creature, fly larvae.

MaGGoT (n): A hard core fan of the band SlipKnoT, coined by the drummer of SlipKnoT Joey Jordison.

note: the word maggot does not mean to get really hammered or to drink excessivly the correct spelling for that term is maggit (with an i not o).

note: for definition number three that is it that's all a MaGGoT is in relation to SlipKnoT no more, no less.
Drill sergeant: Drop and give me twenty maggot!

Recruit: Sir yes sir!


Person one: Gross that apple is covered in maggots.

Person two: yeah gross.


MaGGoT: I really enjoy listening to the band SlipKnoT.
by the real maggit May 07, 2010

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