Crunk is surely some word plus drunk. I just don't know what that word is. Compound word? Construction? Contraction? Sure.
Whether we know the etymology or not, and regardless of whether she does, Pam knows what the word means, and uses it liberally... which, to me, is HAT:
And then I dragged those gay boys out of there, b/c I was crunk and tired of being crunk and didnít want to be crunk at work tomorrow (today). I tried to call Erik but I was way too crunk to say anything coherent (I was crunkherent though) so that phone call didnít last long. And then I went and got crunk all up in the bathroom, and crunked up everything I had eaten for dinner (from the looks of it: tequila, lime, guacamole, crunk, and cilantro). Then I threw everything off the bed in a violent crunken rage (actually, I donít remember it, but looking around my room this morning thatís my best guess) and crunked the fuck out.
Everyone should really have a livejournal [like Pam].
Samsonite! I was way off.
not mallory (guest)
I was under the assumption that it was a combination of chronic and drunk, high and drunk at the same time.
That is indeed what it means... but I could not place the Cr. You, Mal, are a genius.
YES! Soon I will be as famous as Lord Xopl! And then, *surely* someone will begin to stalk me!! Thank you for making my dreams come true.
oh, also... I read an article in the LA Times where the writer quoted someone saying "Let's get crunk!" and she translated crunk to mean "Crazy Drunk." Which I found to be quite humorous, as crunk is actually a type of music. But it is also those other things too.
pamela: Seriously, lady, if you keep talking about it, I'm not going to keep stalking you.