beer bong

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beer bong

1. noun An funnel apparatus used for the rapid consumption of beer. Ugh, I'm so hungover after that party last night—I never want to see another beer bong as long as I live!
2. verb To consume beer using such an apparatus. I'm so hungover after beer bonging at that party last night—ugh, I never want another drink as long as I live.
See also: beer, bong

beerbong

(ˈbirbɔŋ)
1. n. a can of beer prepared for drinking in one gulp. (An opening is made in the bottom of a can of beer. The can, with the opening placed in the mouth, is turned upright, and the tab opener is pulled, releasing all the beer directly into the mouth. In another version, the beer is poured into a funnel attached to a plastic tube that leads to the drinker’s mouth.) A beerbong is a great way to liven up a party.
2. in. to drink beer as described in sense 1 Those guys who were beerbonging all barfed after it was over.
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The revellers then proceeded to dance and sing in the aisle - with one placing the funnel upside down on his head as the others chanted: "He's got a beer bong on his head."
As party patrol officers arrived shortly after midnight Friday, Quinton Bland, 20, of Eugene - a former member of the disbanded Beta Theta Pi chapter at the UO, police said - was allegedly holding a beer bong outside.
In one picture, a teenage girl is shown on her knees drinking from a beer bong being held by a teenage boy while two others watch.
Build a beer bong and got Matt Rodriguez or John Cardiel to beer bong a beer
With a beer bong, you can funnel that fun straight down the old gullet and get on with what you're there to do--party!