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- v. Present participle of donk.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I dont know what happened, probably something I did as I was donking around with Startup in Winpatrol last night.
"NYC Moves to the Sound of LA" starts with marching-in-place bass and a donking, no-wavey cowbell pattern, but soon the Franz Ferdinand guitars steam in, backing down only to make room for a group-chant bridge that could be a deliberate takeoff on the chorus to LCD Soundsystem's "North American Scum."
I mentioned in my last post that Pauly generally posts a list of tips for those heading to Vegas for the first time, especially if it's during the yearly donking of the bloggers.
You'll already be online anyways for the Big Game on Sunday night, so why not pass the time donking it up with some fellow friends in the Big Game Mulligan, with no BBT points and no ToC seats to worry about to boot?
Dunk this donking around if you want to see another carrot before you're a year older! "
"I'll be donking on solid rock the whole width of this hole.