to take a shit
mate i need to take a bog
Por plugger k 19 de marzo de 2011
In Russian and many other Slavic languages, God.

In Cyrillic: Бог

Sounds just like the English word "bog".
1) A Serbian proverb:

Cyrillic: Бог високо, a Русија далеко.
Latin: Bog visoko, a Rusija daleko.

Translation: God is high above, and Russia is far away. (Meaning that help is far and unlikely.)

2) A Russian Proverb:

Cyrillic: Бог тро́ицу лю́бит.

Latin: Bog troitsu lyubit

Translation: God likes trinity.

(Similar to "third time's the charm".)
Por GenghisKhan44 14 de julio de 2010
(v) to defecate
(n) excrement
(v) "Mum, you can start dinner without me, I need to bog"
(n) "Who did a bog and didn't flush?"
Por Marky Mark the Fresh Prince 11 de julio de 2013
A term used to describe a less than desirable woman. Similar to minging.
"That woman over there is an absolute bog"
Por Madman Opus 30 de octubre de 2014
The kind of guy that flies across oceans to make a point; someone who has really nice shoulders and the best smile in the world.
A: Ey gurl did you see that guy walk past?
B: was he a bogs?
A: No..
A: then not worth my time
Por Flowerchild1010 17 de octubre de 2013
Verb: To engage in purposfully melancholy or pathetic behavior in an effort to attract sympathy

Origin: Coined as an analogy to the peat bog or swamp, in which animals or people somtimes find themselves hopelessly mired.
I'm not going to fall for your pathetic bogging any more, either you snap out of it and cheer up or I'm gone!
Por Brad Hoehne 29 de enero de 2004
A person who cannot pay their bills and is financial irresponsible.
We have to reposes the car because the person is a damn bog.
Por insuragent 22 de noviembre de 2011

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