A variation of the word "shrug," connected to the word "muggle" (which means commoner), denoting indifference, surrender, and acceptance of defeat to what the user perceives as an everyday occurrence. The "cutesy" nature of the word further underscores the user's indifference, as does the plural suffix.
"I failed another organic chemistry exam today. Shruggles. Good thing I decided I don't want to be a doctor anymore. I want to be a lawyer."
de hoseph 11 février 2010
when lifes a struggle al you can do sometimes is shruggle
work was getting him down so he just shruggled
de a21 8 novembre 2006
A small, noncommital, but horrendously adorable movement of the shoulders
When asked if he at the last cookie, Jim shruggled and said, "iunno..."
de Zeh Verd Master 21 mai 2009
A Shruggle is a sexy little waistcoat with a big hood. Just for girls it is best worn with nothing underneath. Shruggle is a word and a thing I invented, so that is why you had never heard of it before. It is called a Shruggle because it’s shape is like a shrug, but when you wear it – it feels like a cuddle.

The Shruggle is somewhere where fashion meets fancy dress.
Boy: Yes, I agree a shruggle is best worn with nothing underneath!

Girl: I only like to wear one thing at a time, thats why i love my shruggle!
de baca01 10 février 2012

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