- n. Plural form of snog.
“Right so just ignoring the context of these so called snogs is the way to go is it?”
“• A robot Kim meets a robot Tim, and robot-snogs him”
“A man has to get the snogs when and where he can get them.”
“Hogwarts has become a hormonal minefield, navigated to mixed results: Hermione pines, Harry ogles, and Ron full-on snogs, spending a good chunk of the movie glued to blond classmate Lavender Brown.”
“After some ropey episodes including one where a shape-changed troll snogs Uther as bad as it sounds, the season comes to a genuinely exciting three-part conclusion.”
““Sigh”, Russian leaders always “slapped” the foreign leaders or gave them the wicked snogs.”
“He did compose the score for the film, but he also played Captain Yonoi - the character David Bowie snogs.”
“The Doctor who accidently quotes The Lion King, who beats out a samba, who snogs the Madame du Pompadour.”
“Twas not always thus - up north I had a couple of good New Year's at the Hammond's legendary new year's eve bashes (before Richard became a famous TV celeb) and then on to the market square for torch-lit processions and random snogs from strangers.”
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