The act of a female (or perhaps anyone with sizeable breasts) using their titty
to sexually stimulate a man (possibly to the point of orgasm). Phrase origin is presumed from england.
I was layin' on my back and she slid up and gave me a titty wank.
When a car has LCD monitors installed on the headrests in the absolute back row of the car, which cannot be, nor are not intended to be viewed by a passenger, but other divers on the road. The purpose of this is to show all the haters
that you have so much money and are so extravagant that you can afford to install expensive car audio \ video equipment in order to show off.
I got "hater vision" installed in the back of my H3 so all the haters can hate on my pimped ride as I roll thru the projects.
On September 26th, 1992 Nicolas Cage hosted Saturday Night Live. In one sketch Nicolas Cage and actress Julia Sweeney act out parts as soon to be parents deciding on a name for their child. After many of the suggestions by the wife the husband continues to decline most of the names she is coming up with on the grounds that the child would be made fun of because of that particular name. As the husband continues to be more defensive about his own past as being made fun of and continues to dislike the names suggested, a telegram is delivered by an agent played by Rob Schneider. The agent tells them that the telegram is for a person named “Asswipe Johnson”. The husband immediately tries to correct him by informing him that his name is pronounced: “Os-wee-pay”. It is at this time you realize the motivation behind the husband’s scrutiny. This term is often used in a comical way in substitution for a person of which you forgot their name. Basically a synonym for John Doe. The term can be used as “Asswipe Johnson”, or “Osweepay Johnson”.
A: What was the name of that guy you knew with that thing?
B: Oh, uh....I dunno, Osweepay Johnson?
A: Osweepay Johnson, thats funny.
B: Do you get it?
A: Not really.
B: Osweepay, Asssss....wipe.
A: Oh yea! Hehehehehe.
A miniature motorcycle that is a small-scale replica of a full sized production (usually race version) motorcycle. Pocketbikes originated in Japan in the 1980s and naturally people started racing them. The trend moved towards Europe where the racing has grown, and now it has reached the USA. Original pocket bikes were made in Japan, and then European manufacturers started making very high quality units. Currently the market is flooded with cheaper Chinese knock offs and original designs, some of which are found at retail locations such as AutoZone and Pep Boys. The bikes are usually sized anywhere from 30”-50” in length and 18”-30” in height. Most pocket bikes are powered by 50cc or smaller 2-stroke engines. Newer models are made which are clones of street bikes and actually have working lights, signals, horn, speedometer, electric start and sometimes even alarm systems.
I rode my polini pocketbike down the street and it was fun.
English (maybe Australian as well) people use it as term for good time.
You should have come with last night, it was a right laugh.
“Tall Cool One”. This refers to a tall, cool, brewski
. Usually contained in a vessel of elevated proportions. The standard 12 ounce longneck glass bottles, the 16 ounce Tall Boys
cans, and the 24 ounce Tall Boyz
cans all apply to this title. “Tall Cool One” has been forever immortalized by the late Chris Farley in the hit 1996 comedy Black Sheep
. See quote below.
What have we got here? A couple of tall cool ones!
A word first used by the characters “Siphyl and Ollie” from the hit 1998 MTV show of the same name starring two sock puppets and their various sock puppet friends and foes. The word is the name of a fictional American civil war battle in which a soldier mooned the opposition. The word is used to describe a town, city, or place in a rural or distant area which you do not remember the name, or the name of it is not important. Context of the word is usually sarcastic or crass.
A: Where is this place?
B: I dunno, probably way out there in assacheekqua.