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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of bong.


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  • Local developer Bill Walsh lamented to a San Diego friend that since Olympian Michael Phelps got "bonged" by Kellogg Co., we won't be seeing his mug on cereal boxes.

  • The big clock in the living room bonged out eleven.

    Shortcut Man

  • The big clock in the living room bonged out eleven.

    Shortcut Man

  • So jumping right in, since I've not only drunk the Kool-Aid but have spiked it and then beer-bonged the thing, I am always riding the thin line between bombastic rhetoric and thoughtful insight.

    Alison Wise: The Clean Economist: Framing the Future

  • When you attend a sports event, you are in danger of being bonged by a ball, puck, or javelin.

    Horoscope for the week of March 16, 2008

  • On review, I bonged his report, suspecting that two of the IDs had been reversed.

    Spider Bones

  • He did the normal thing of putting his hand up and saying sorry- frankly I care not if he is bonged off his tits each night or not - and attempted to draw a line under it.

    Michael Phelps - Kelloggs are forgetting their history.

  • Hotel California is one of my favorite songs from when Beau lived a delightful life in San Francisco during the late 60's and early 70's and bonged copious amounts of righteous weed and boinked copious amounts of lovelies--those were the days my friends, B.A.

    The online Hotel California

  • Yep, the guys that (may or may not have) beer-bonged malt liquor with me (or not me) are now designing the bridges you drive on or pulling you over and enforcing those pesky open container laws.

    Wow, you are a downer. And we were having a pretty nice day. day.

  • I found the bat and pounded the kettle until it bonged like a church bell.



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