Bi Until Graduation (B.U.G.): term for numerous college females who frequently engage in (usually drunken) sexual activity with other college females, generally doing do for an audience or camera. After college however, they refuse any sort of activity again, calling it "gross" and that in college they were just "experimenting".
"Whoa, I heard Vanessa made out with Carly last night at Rick's party!"

"Yeah dude, she's not a lesbian though, just a B.U.G. She's just doing it for attention."
de Oecophylla 9 octobre 2009
5 Words related to bug
bug
A fault in a computer system or any physical entity including humanoids.
I have been pwnz0red by a bug and am not well.
de brendan 22 juin 2004
bug
commonly refered to as "the bug"

1.
An STD.
Can be used to describe a large variety of sexually transmitted deseases but this term is most well known for meaning THE BIG ONE... HIV or AIDS.
"That girl is lucky she doesnt have the bug, after all that messing around she does"
de xCOBRA_CLUTCHx 29 mars 2004
bug
Bug
(to pester)
"Don't bug me, I really need to concentrate!"
de Robert 23 octobre 2003
Bug
A way to call a VolksWagen Beetle.
I love bugs, They are so cute! (Girl's point of view)
de James Bond 18 octobre 2002
a word used to describe someone that you are annoyed with or has bothersome personality characteristics; and/or is otherwise just not a cool person.
Kristin keeps trying to steal my boyfriend, she bugs!

Jason bugs...he stood me up for dinner last night!
de Miss Aisha Marie 19 août 2005
bug
Back Up Gun. (Noun)

A secondary gun that is carried, in case the primary gun is inaccessible or out of ammo.
Good thing I remembered to carry my BUG today.
de The Defining wordsmith 1 avril 2007
Bug
(n.) A miniature electronic device that records sounds and transmits the playback to a remote receiver. Usually placed in internal settings, it's installed with regard toward optimal concealment and acoustic clarity. (There have been many new modifications to the genre of "bugs" from environment adaptability to signal transmission type. Due to the 4th Amendment, all forms of U.S. law enforcement require court permission along with strict rules in the use of these devices.)
Spetsnaz agents used a bug to capture enemy conversations in order to learn the whereabouts of POW camps and artillery encampments in the Soviet-Afghanistan War.
de Smkngmgc 21 juillet 2004

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