beer bong

noun

Definition of beer bong

US

  1. :  a funnel with a long tube attached from which a person rapidly drinks the beer that is poured into it Rupert was on the floor trying to glue a beer bong he'd made back together, but he was wasted and kept cracking up instead. — Bret Easton Ellis, The Rules of Attraction, 1987 I set out on foot down fraternity row passing by all the men and women of military-enlistment age who smell like school spirit, some armed with beer bongs, some on cell phones communicating party locations, some barely able to stand without assistance … — Colby Buzzell, Esquire, 1 Feb. 2008

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1982

First Known Use of beer bong

1982


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