Courvoisier T. Kilgo
1. to hit someone in the family jewels (a.k.a. the seat, the junk, the baby maker, the twig and berries)
2. to hit someone in the balls as a form of punishment or torture.
1. When Jim wasn't looking I decided to give him a punch in the seat and he doubled over in pain.
2. The stupid sonofabitch wouldn't tell me where he hid the cash so I had Vinnie and Nunzio hold him down and I had to give him a punch in the seat a few times before he talked.
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