How one sits at the computer.
Luke slomped (or *was slomping*) at the computer.
highly versatile word which can be used as an adjective, verb, noun or expletive and whose meaning can be determined by both the tone and context it is expressed in.
also, slomp walk; a dance in which an individual raises closed hands above their head, points the head down, eyes closed and proceed to shake fists on either side of head, moving hips in opposite direction, not necessarily in rythem with the music.
That is a slompy
Were you just slomping
up the stairs? I could hear you from the basement.
Your dog just slomped
on my shoe.
What the slomp
Sitting in once place for many hours playing games and eating junk food.
Jered, James, Dylan, Joey, Eric, Shawn, and I slomped for 18 hours watching dragon ball z.
The act of bailing or ditching. To stand someone up. Or even to be incredibly stupid.
"He totally Slomped Me"