waggin’ out

stealin some of/chiefin on a cigarette or blunt
“wtf your completley waggin’ out on us”
abruptly ditching your friends in a socially awkward manner and refusing to give a reason for your douchey behavior.
guy #1: “hey guys, you wanna roll deep and head out in 15?”
guy #2: “sounds good man.”
guy #3: “yeah bro.”
guy #4: “actually… i have this thing i have to do so probably not.”
guy #2: “wait, what do you have to do?”
guy #4: “uuuhhh, just this thing. i’m not going with you guys though.”
guy #1: “just forget it bros, he’s waggin out again.”

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