Verb - To perform a menial or undesirable task with little hope of a positive outcome.
Noun - A amorphous gray porridge-like substance.
Verb - "Man, I slodged through that multidimensional astroquantum multivariable chemistry assignment last night, I'm really tired.
Noun - "That food in the dining hall looked like slodge, I'm still not sure what I ate."
An onomatopoeic word describing the fit of one object inside another, especially in a sexual context. Comes from the sound made by lubricated flesh when creating a vacuum.
"Slodge it in."
"Just slodge it between those two."
"I gave her a good slodging last night."
"It made that delightful slodging sound."
N. An unappealing concoction of various household food items that forms a hot meal for the poor, lazy, or both.
Want to try my slodge? I used spaghetti, tuna, black olives, butter, eggs, and ramen beef seasoning.