Talk:meg

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Rfv-sense verb: To mislead in an authoritative tone; to bullshit. Despite being a practitioner of the art, I'd never heard of the term. DCDuring TALK 02:57, 28 August 2008 (UTC)

Found some citations: "The high-concept undertaking is megged by “Alien vs Predator” director Paul Anderson, his first project since the blockbuster thriller" (The Inquirer), "A Very Special Love is directed by Cathy Garcia-Molina who also megged the hit romance-drama One More Chance" (ABS-CNB News), "'That’s what I like about him,” Krista said of Dom, who has megged a number of TV shows, among them the youth-oriented “Click” and the fantasy series “Darna" (Asian Journal). While these cites do indicate that meg is used as a verb, based on the context, the verb sense seems to mean "to create" rather than "to bullshit".--TBC 05:05, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
Seems to be derived from "mega" and could mean "to make bigger", or "to build up", or "to hype". Maybe. -- ALGRIF talk 15:54, 28 August 2008 (UTC)
Deleted: the three citations above clearly do not represent either of the two verb senses being RFVed here. Equinox 22:23, 12 May 2009 (UTC)