I'm the king of multislacking. I spend hours a day surfing the 'net, watching random TV shows, and eating week-old pizza.
by HeavenHighCrutch April 26, 2006
Similar to multi-tasking with computers, it involves engaging in a variety of applications on a computer. However, in multi-slacking, this definition is restricted to include one or more of the following: gaming, chatting, listening to music, web browsing (non-educational), hacking, pirating, posting on forums, watching videos, or viewing pr0n.
by Vivix July 06, 2004
I was at my desk, multislacking, when my boss walked in and I had to close five browsers in .5 seconds!
by stacy webster January 08, 2008
Engaging in many small activities at once, none of which are productive. Usually, but not always, involving a computer and its applications (iTunes, AIM, YouTube, etc.), can also include watching a movie or TV show, listening to the radio, talking or texting on the phone, or any other ultimately trivial, meaningless activity.
by Christopher K. April 10, 2007
That combination of MySpace, chatting, and Wikipedia that Gen Y calls "work". The office internet take on "Work hard, play hard."
You can spend your Friday afternoons reviewing spreadsheets and holding conference calls; I'll be busy multislacking in my cubicle.
by KTBoyer January 26, 2007
"Dude, I can't mop the living room because I'm multislacking a documentary about Beany Babies while I'm planting celery in Farmville."
by Junior Warden November 07, 2011
Like Multi Tasking, only the complete opposite: Doing nothing in several tasks at the same time, or avoiding several obligations.
by Teakay October 15, 2007