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    Uncle says he was a little drunk and Roger says he wasn't. And Moms says he had really, like, bonged a load.

    What is the meaning of Bonged a load?

    I have searched it, but can't find it.

    Thanks :)

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    Re: Bonged a load

    A "bong" is a water pipe used for smoking marijuana. If he bonged a load, then he smoked some marijuana. (You load the weed into the pipe in order to smoke it.)

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    Re: Bonged a load

    So, there is no figurative meaning, right?

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    Re: Bonged a load

    It's just relatively common slang as far as drug use is concerned and just means "Mum said that he had smoked some marijuana from a bong". I'm fairly certain no self-respecting dope-user would utter the sentence I just wrote. Drug use has its own specific terminology.

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    Re: Bonged a load

    Depending on how much Mum knew about drugs, it could just mean that he had smoked a lot of marijuana, not necessarily from a water pipe, but that's about as far as I can go figuratively.

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