“Skronk” n. Term attributed to Robert Christgau by Lester Bangs in 1981’a ‘A Reasonable Guide to Horrible Noise’ referring to music of the late ’70s art-punk movement.
The Stooges, ‘L.A. Blues’, The Germs ‘Forming/Live’
“Skronk” v. Saskatchewan slang for sex.
“I don’t know how to tell you this but I skronked your wife last night. Sorry.”
“Skronk” adj. Used to describe dissonant or discordant sounds made by musical instruments.
“That guitar was awfully skronky.”
“Skronk” v. Verb of unknown meaning in the short play ‘No Skronking’ by Shel Silverstein.
“After reading a sign at the lunch counter that prohibits “skronking,” Arnold becomes obsessed and relentlessly interrogates Bertha, a waitress, for its definition. The conversation goes in circles until Bertha suspects Arnold of having the dangerous potential of being a “skronker”…whatever that is.” (Barnes & Noble)