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13 definitions by Jimi p

 
8.
Same as cell mate. The person or people you share a cell in, in prison.
"Our new pad mate is a lifer" Said Jon, in a high pitched voice.
by Jimi p August 15, 2006
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9.
Cluck is one of the many euphemisms in use, to describe going cold turkey ,a sudden stoppage of the addictive drug heroin and other opiates and opioids (e.g morhine, methadone, codiene, Fentanyl, opium and many more, marketed pain killers)

The term, cluck derivates from the term cold turkey, owing to the fact that when withdrawing from these drgs, one of the many withdrawal symptoms include goosebumps, like those on a plucked turkey. ** In the song 'Cold Turkey' by John Lennon, there is a lyric; "...Goose Pimple Bones" **

Too be fussy, the word should really be gobble as that's the sound turkeys make, but, as you may, or may not, know; gobble has taken on a different meaning..

There are many, many euphemisms for withdrawing from heroin/opiates etc., but others relevent to turkey/cluck are: to roast or roasting, clucking, spitting feathers and being oven ready!

That's where cluck comes from! Not crack!, although clucking has become a generic term for withdrawing from any addictive substace - as cold turkey has also done. But (as explained above) they originate from opoid withdrawal symptoms.

To see an almost endless list of words and phrases to do with withdrawing/clucking/cold turkey check out heroin
I had used up my bag of heroin and had no other means of keeping the turkey at bay. I knew that I was in for a big cluck, starting in a few hours time. By the mornig, I'll be clucking so bad I'll be spitting feathers.
by Jimi p August 10, 2006
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10.
Cluck is one of the many euphemisms in use, to describe going cold turkey ,a sudden stoppage of the addictive drug heroin and other opiates and opioids (e.g morhine, methadone, codiene, Fentanyl, opium and many more, marketed pain killers)

The term, cluck derivates from the term cold turkey, owing to the fact that when withdrawing from these drugs, one of the many withdrawal symptoms include goosebumps, like those on a plucked turkey. ** In the song 'Cold Turkey' by John Lennon, there is a lyric; "...Goose Pimple Bones" **

Too be fussy, the word should really be gobble as that's the sound turkeys make, but, as you may, or may not, know; gobble has taken on a different meaning..

There are many, many euphemisms for withdrawing from heroin/opiates etc., but others relevent to turkey/cluck are: to roast or roasting, clucking, spitting feathers and being oven ready!

That's where cluck comes from! Not crack!, although clucking has become a generic term for withdrawing from any addictive substace - as cold turkey has also done. But (as explained above) they originate from opoid withdrawal symptoms.

To see an almost endless list of words and phrases to do with withdrawing/clucking/cold turkey check out heroin
I had used up my bag of heroin and had no other means of keeping the turkey at bay. I knew that I was in for a big cluck, starting in a few hours time. By the mornig, I'll be clucking so bad I'll be spitting feathers.
by Jimi p August 10, 2006
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11.
Sperm, recently deposited in an anus, sucked back out, usually with the aid of a straw.

Also known as: yoghurting, when a spoon is involved. Because of the spelling, yoghurting appears to be of US origin; unlike the spelling; yogurting, where the expression means something totaly different, about throwing yogurt at windows and cars, etc., usually on an Estate in the UK.

Elton was really satisfied after some yughurting with David. It seemed to excite him far more than the usual frottage they normally engaged in.
Elton was really satisfied after some yughurting with David. It seemed to excite him far more than the usual felching they normally engaged in.
by Jimi p August 11, 2006
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12.
One of the many euphemisms used to describe withdrawal symtoms from heroin and other opiates.

Deriving from the term cold turkey, to roast is to be 'suffering' from the symptoms of cold turkey.
It had been eight hours since Jon had had his last fix of heroin. He had no more supplies and a cluck was in the post.
He knew it would soon be time for him to roast.
by Jimi p August 15, 2006
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13.
Also known as: yoghurting, when a spoon is involved. Because of spelling, it appears to be of US origin; unlike the spelling yogurting, where the expression means something totaly different, about throwing yogurt at windows and cars, etc., usually on an Estate in the UK.
Elton was really satisfied after some yughurting with David. It seemed to excite him far more than the usual frottage they normally engaged in.
by Jimi P August 10, 2006
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