N. (Ger.) ‘slurp-wok-king The recently-acquired American habit of walking while drinking something, whether it be juice from a box, iced-coffee from a plastic cup, water from a bottle, soda from a can, etc. Also (n.) slurpwalker. Usage: While slurpwalking to the office, sipping her morning carrot juice and reading the newspaper as she walked, Irina failed to notice that the cup had leaked a vivid orange stain down her coat.