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keggers

verb
See kegger
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Except in cases of mobile keggers and the occasional make-out session, ditches don't typically attract the cool kids.
It would probably help if Ronnie's new mentor wasn't an overgrown adolescent whose idea of quality time includes keggers in Venice Beach.
How many times a year does the average person past, say, the age of twenty--after contact sports and keggers but before canes and the fear of hip fracture--fall down?
Many of these otherwise disinterested pupils forsook their previous evening's keggers, eager to drink in lectures mixing the dry facts of most history lessons with compelling characterizations and colorful editorial asides.
Home to sweet historic bungalows, Spanish-colonial university buildings set on a picturesque campus, and leafy tree-lined streets, Chico today generates more buzz for its arts community than for its keggers.