Like the word "farther" which denotes a physical advancement of distance, "further" simply denotes advancement to a greater degree. Often confused with "farther" by those who weren't paying attantion in 8th grade grammar.
Steve is being a doofis, and if he takes this issue any further I will open a can of whopass on him.
by Joe December 31, 2005
The bus in which Ken Kesey and his Merry Band of Pranksters rode across America in, in the 60's. It was covered in day-glo paint, and they pranksters would do LSD in it. It is talked about in Tom Wolfe's The Electric Kool-Aide Acid Test.
Ken Kesey's Bus Further was covered in day-glo. You were either on the bus, or off it.
by Apollina April 18, 2006
Another plain of existence, while on shrooms or anyother psychedelic drug.
Dude we are in the further! ... Righteous!
by lkasdj128fjc6@12fs November 5, 2013
Phrase made popular by Mark (markiplier) on Unus Annus when challenging himself to push his limits
Often said very dramatically
by EmzieWemzie January 11, 2021
A person who is so irreparably down bad that they have exceeded the lowest levels of down badness, diving below even down netherly. You can not go further than Down Further. Beyond that point only death awaits you.
Guy 1: "This man Robert. Dude drove 3 hours just to hang out with his ex girlfriends friends, in attempts to get back with his ex girlfriend, again."
Guy 2: "Bro what?"
Guy 1: "Yeah dude. He never admits it either - he knows it's bad. He always makes up excuses, but we always find out."
Guy 2: "How long has he being doing this?"

Guy 1: "2 years."

Guy 2: "Holy shit. Dude isn't even down bad, he's Down Further."
by Beaterbarker January 30, 2022
An activity reserved for the awesomest of awesomely cool people. The second bar/destination in a night of partying.

One leaves the house to go out, and then leaves the original spot and goes to another location that is further out.

Etymology: Legend says that a man exists who is so awesome at partying that he goes out every night and not only does this mysterious gentleman go to one destination, he continues going out and doing even awesomer and awesomer things. There was a great need for a verb describing this man's legendary partying ways. This word is "further out". There are also rumors of an awesome woman who's partying ways put this man's going further out to shame. She is said to leave the stratosphere when she goes out.
We are going out to Bar A and then further out to Bar B, and even further out to Bar C.

That man is such an awesome drinker he doesnt just "go out" he goes "further out".
by charles darwin III February 6, 2010