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smang(1)

blending blending of two words; verb
A combination of smashing and banging within a sexual context.
 
Smang originally appeared in the song Lemme Smang it Girl by Yung Humma, who describes it as a combination of the words smash and bang. In this case, both smash and bang are assumed to be used in their sexual context. Thus, banging, in the context of smang, is not hitting something, but is the action of having sex. In the same manor, smashing is also used to mean having sex. Interestingly enough, smang can be thought as having a definition which is entirely dominated by the definitions of both of its component parts, which are exactly the same. Thus, in any situation where one used the word smang or bang, one could use smash, in any situation where one used the word smang or smash, one could use the word bang, and in any situation where one used the word smash or bang, one could use the word smang. The usefulness of smang is that, considering that it involves both the words smash and bang, it implies a higher level of sexual talent (or at least ferocity) than either of the two words would on their own. Thus, smang is simply used in place of smash or bang to imply a better quality sexual intercourse.
Etymology : Smang was formed by blending the words smash and bang.
Source : “Lemme smang it girl, smash it and bang it.” (song: Lemme Smang it Girl, artist: Yung Humma featuring Flynt Flossy 10/15/2010)
Last modified: 5 December 2011


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