- v. Simple past tense and past participle of bum.
“Dang ... grizzly bear AND a PIG ROAST! i'm so fuggin bummed out i am gunna miss this east coast deliciousness ...”
“Ticker tapes, blaring cable news network updates, and new advertising overlays all bespeak a bummed out bear market that never bounced back.”
“He was a good student in high school, and he was voted "best looking" by the class, a title that bummed him out because he wanted to win "best partier.”
“When Fenty lost, he was 'bummed' and decided to get involved.”
“And then I got there and they're like, no, you're writing sketches for other people, which I had never done and I was really kind of bummed because I had auditioned like two or three times.”
“After printing and reading this article, I was kind of bummed out when the author spoiled the end of the yet-to-be-published novel that Carroll was finishing when he died.”
“I like Seyfried fine (kind of bummed that I missed Chloe) but this fluffy looking flick gives me a sugar shock.”
“I'm kind of bummed I missed the deranged thread Nathan had to delete.”
“I didn't think I'd care about the DLC either, but now I'm really intrigued and kind of bummed I won't have access to it.”
“She also made clear that she was "bummed," tweeting that "I am really bummed" and "Damn i'm bummed.”
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