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gunge

1. An infection of the genital area, especially in males, that typically manifests as a rash. I think I need to go to the doctor—this gunge isn't getting any better.
2. slang Any sticky, gelatinous substance. Ew, I need to wash this gunge off my hands immediately!

gunge

(gəndʒ)
n. a skin irritation in the groin. (see also crotch-rot. Said of males.) The sawbones’ll give you something for the gunge.
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Future EastEnders regular Shane Richie was one of the early presenters with Peter Simon and lots of gunge was involved again as youngsters took part in question rounds and madcap games.
As well as coping with the gunge and slime we are invited to believe in transmorphic energy anomalies and particle webs as well as gamma flames and other scientific possibilities.
Sandra Bullock, Steve Carell, Miranda Cosgrove and Jaden Smith are expected to be among those attending the ceremony, famous for covering celebrities in green gunge.
As they turned a giant rotating handle, the guys were spurted with gunge.
Not only is her house a complete disaster zone, with mud, gunge and sewage everywhere, she recently had some walls repainted in Farrow and Ball paint at great expense.
Bahrain has gone through a most wonderful period of expansion, it and its developments are beautiful BUT the developments in the infrastructure are not keeping pace; sewage is seeping in villages because extension of facilities has been ignored; where my family lives the neighbouring compound is leaking sewage, or something unpleasant smelling, because its facilities have not kept pace; today on a walk down from Budaiya Highway, near Alosra roundabout, I had to use my handkerchief over my nose and also jump over seeping gunge.
Just a load of "health" food gunge -how are we supposed to get through the speeches on that?
An emancipation from bourgeois cosmetics, only to be followed by the realisation that much of that same abstracted white was simply a surface coating over any old conglomeration of bricks, blocks, rubble and gunge.
After she flopped the toilet seat was covered in green gunge. But Imogen had already leaped up and missed a soaking.
Directed by musical writer Anne Dalton, the show features local talented youngsters (some with an acting history already behind them) who play gangsters in 1930s Chicago fighting each other with gunge guns.
Within minutes I was covered in black gunge, blasted off the slabs, Tarmac, and fencing.
Chef Martyn Allen, of the Forte Posthouse, Haydock, has developed an extrasticky filling of "gunge" for the Scope (Forte Posthouse-Spastics Society) World Record Custard-pie Throw.
Stuart said: "It left the bathroom in an awful mess, with gunge on the wall.
It had it all - games, gunge, celebs and great hosts.