4 definitions by The Knowing Educator

The act of falsely staging an athletic posture and having it photographed, usually for use in a sports magazine. Common examples include tennis serves and batting.
Joe: Wow, his form is perfect in that shot.

Tom: Forget it, man, I saw him sproggling before the game with the photographer. He usually sticks his butt out when he's up at bat.
Por The Knowing Educator 12 de noviembre de 2007
An adjective used to describe a person who is not otherwise part of the action being described, often participating haphazardly.
Joe: After the Mongo Boys sprayed me with paint balls, a guy came up to me and poured a bucket of water on my head.

Mel: Was he part of the Mongo Boys group that attacked you?

Joe: No, he was just some random guy in the crowd.
Por The Knowing Educator 27 de febrero de 2008
An adjective to describe a person who is not otherwise part of the action being described, often participating haphazardly.
Joe: After the Wild Boys sprayed me with paint balls, a guy came up to me and poured a bucket of water onto my head.

Tom: Was he part of the Wild Boys group that attacked you?

Joe: No, he was just some random guy in the crowd.
Por The Knowing Educator 05 de noviembre de 2007
An adjective used to describe a person who is not otherwise part of the action being described, often participating haphazardly.
Joe: After the Mongo Boys sprayed me with paint balls, a guy came up to me and poured a bucket of water on my head.

Mel: Was he part of the Mongo Boys group that attacked you?

Joe: No, he was just some random guy in the crowd.

Por The Knowing Educator 28 de febrero de 2008

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