1) To be struck with an obvious answer or response, when asking a question (usually with implied connotations).

2) To get an unintended answer.
Bob: Hey George, how do you make your long distance calls? (really asking if he used a calling card or etc.)

George: The telephone.

"Bob was fonged."
автор: ibejason 4 мая 2003
To fong something means to post it on social media and then delete it.

The usage of this word comes from the social media behavior of Gary Fong, a "rockstar" of the photography world and the creator of a line of photography products, such as the Gary Fong Puffer (a device to soften your on camera flash). He is known for weighing in on a variety of topics from the photography world to the economy. He frequently posts status updates on Facebook or posts comments on Twitter, which mysteriously disappear after a short period of time (from a few hours to a few days.)
Jody: "Did you see that status update Jane posted last night? She really slammed Dave's behavior."

Mary: "It seems to be gone now. She must have fonged it."
автор: phantographer 28 октября 2013
to get screwed over, not to be confused with to get screwed or laid
Friend 1: Hey, did you have a good weekend with your girlfriend?

Friend 2: Nah, I got fong'ed over.
автор: theHoopster 11 марта 2011

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