By 'gunky' are you referring to must/foam coming up into the airlock? If that's the case, you prob didn't leave much headspace in the carboy and have a good active fermentation going. Easy fix that'll save yourself the trouble of changing and cleaning airlocks. Fashion a blowoff tube that leads to a jar to collect the 'gunk'. Leave that for a week until the really vigerous fermentation begins to subside. After that slap your regular airlock back on and let time do it's thing.
To make the blowoff tube, push some smaller siphon tubing through a bung and put the other end in a jar with sanitizer on the counter next to the carboy. An other alternative is to simply cover the mouth of the carboy with some cheesecloth and afix with a rubber band. During this stage of fermentation, the amount of gasses expelled really doesn't allow any oxygen back in to the carboy anyway.
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