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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of veg.


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  • I hate the red eye and kind of vegged out on Saturday.

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  • Your writing is very powerful, articulate and elegant, but my favourite point was something very simple yet profound: “read, write, repeat …” I could tell you what the formula of a Nora Roberts book is without having analysed one formally, just because I vegged out on so many before the predictability bored me.

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  • My husband and I vegged in front of the TV and watched a whole season of Mad Men (we just discovered it -- yes, we're a little behind the curve).

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  • Last week we vegged out in the Cucumber Castle, now let's celebrate John Lennon's 70th with a Fab Four feast

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  • When I got a lot done, yet still vegged out and posted and pursued my hobbies.

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  • Tuesday I was cataloging a history collection for insurance purposes, an hour away on a good day and 2 hours away during traffic, and then there was a snow storm coming home, so after a 3 hour commute I just put my feet up and vegged processing my own orders.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • We stayed in hotels with free wifi (find tons of those listed here), and vegged-out with the internet on our phone before heading back out into the city.

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  • The past two nights, despite my diet, Garrett and I have vegged out on "Gas Station Food."

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  • I predict next week I'll be vegged out on the couch, recovering from steroid withdrawl?

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • So yesterday, I noshed on Smarties, $1000 Grand bars, and what leftover Three Musketeers and Snickers were left in the bowl, and vegged out to one of the few sci-fi movies I can stand.

    Archive 2009-11-01


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