1.) Sensitive-New-Age-guy.
Think kakai's, denim shirts and
flower show on TLC. Can be either
straight or gay. Also referred to as a
"Stray" (see Stray Def.)
Tends to drink wine and certain imported beers.
"Honey come look what this Snag has done with his flower bed here
on "while you were out on TLC"
Por Sudoplatov 17 de julio de 2003
To pilfer, take, or abscond with an item of any description. "To get" or "to take".

See also yoink and nab.
Damn I'm hon-gree! I gotsta snag me some grub, yo.
Por Andrew P 17 de enero de 2004
An unruly person who doesn't allow anyone else to merge into his lane of traffic.
Someone who ignores the unspoken "one and one and one and one" rule in traffic when two lanes merge together.
When this "zipper" rule is not adheared to, it causes a snag in traffic.
"That freakin' snag almost hit me!
Por PagglesPoet 21 de enero de 2010
"Sensitive new-age guy"
You kow Joe, he is a real snag.
Por Argh 06 de julio de 2003
verb; to go snagging, to go on the prowl, to look for attention from the opposite sex.
Oi stace, lets go snag tonight
Por thebrookenator 15 de abril de 2009
a girl that is very big skank or a bitch
Ashlyn: You see that girl over there, she slept with 3 different guys at that party last night.
Paige: Really? Whada fuckin' snag.
Por dashizniz 25 de enero de 2009
an expression from the sixties and seventies used to describe what is known as today, "epic fail".
Usually if someone does incredibly stupid it can be used as an interjection and when you say, "snag" you must make an O.K. sign with your fingers and hold it out, away from your body, rather than up.
The "a" is pronounced long.
Peter: Haha, what happened to your shirt?
Bill: i was in the park today and i was eating an ice pop, when it fell off the stick and onto my shirt.
Peter: Snag, man!
Por il capodanno 22 de octubre de 2008

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