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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

bong

noun A water pipe used for the smoking of certain drugs, especially marijuana. Mom is going have a fit if she finds this bong in your room!

bonged (out)

Feeling fatigued due to excessive marijuana use. Those guys must be bonged out—they reek of pot and have been laying on the couch all day.
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do some bongs

To smoke marijuana, as by using a bong (a type of water pipe). Come on over tonight, we'll hang out and do some bongs.
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bong

and bhong (bɔŋ)
1. n. a marijuana smoking device that cools the smoke by passing it through water. (Drugs.) This bong is really getting sort of nasty.
2. tv. & in. to smoke marijuana or other drugs with a bong or other device. (Drugs.) Wanna go bong a bowl?
3. n. a puff or hit of marijuana taken through a bong. (Drugs.) I’ll take two bongs, and then I gotta go.
4. tv. & in. to drink keg beer through a hose. (see also beerbong.) Everybody bonged till the keg was empty.

bonged (out)

(bɔŋd...)
mod. exhausted from too much marijuana. (Drugs.) I was bonged all through the holidays.
See also: bong, out

bonged

verb
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do some bongs

tv. to smoke some marijuana, usually with a water pipe. (see also bong.) All the kids think that doing bongs is the greatest thing on earth.
See also: bong
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BIG Ben should bong Britain out of the European Union on the day of Brexit, Leave-backing Tory MPs have said.
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The Coalition Government is determined to reduce the harm to Victorian families caused by cannabis use, and prohibiting the sale of bongs is an important part of achieving that," Wooldridge said.
Younger people were far more likely to agree that the bong ban would have no impact, according to the survey conducted by Newspoll.
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Jamie was on the tiny island of Koh Pha Ngan with 20 friends when the bong picture was taken at Pan Viman hotel.
Deborah Kings, who runs the Spirit of the Age store in Byram Arcade, Huddersfield, was told to stop selling the bongs because they were not on the stock list on her tenancy agreement.
Bongs are used when smoking tobacco - but are known to be used by people smoking cannabis.
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