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12 definitions by The World II

 
8.
A garment, usually consisting of a single piece of cloth, worn around the hips and covering the groin area. Traditionally worn in regions of the world with a hot climate. Found throughout North and South America, Africa and Asia. Different types of loincloth vary of course; loincloths worn by Indians in North America were often of leather, the Aztecs made theirs from a cotton-like cloth made from cactus fiber. In Japan, all classes once wore loincloths, the farmers wore theirs as outer wear while wading in the rice paddies, and the nobles wore theirs as underwear, under their bakama (loose-fitting trousers) and kimono.
The loincloth was made from pressed cactus fiber cloth.
by The World II September 18, 2007
 
9.
Two great things: tits and gravy, now together at long last.

Also, British slang for "allright," peachy keen, cool, hunky dory, copasetic, mellow, A-OK, all clear on the Western front, etc.
Last night, my girlfriend poured some gravy on her boobs and told me to lick it off. Everything's tits and gravy over here.
by The World II October 05, 2007
 
10.
Living together with several different sex/romantic partners. To have multiple girlfriends or wives, all of whom know about each other and live in the same house. Polygamy.

Originated thousands of years ago as a means of producing a large number of offspring, and as a status symbol, to show off how many women and children a man could afford to provide for, and to display virility. Now banned in most countries, but was once common practice, even in early Christendom: Charlamagne had multiple wives.

The word was recently popularized by one Ricky Lackey, a convicted thief who, when asked by the judge at his trial how many children he had, replied: "None now, but I have six on the way." When the judge asked if he was marrying a woman who had six children, he replied "No, I be concubining." Meaning, of course, that he had 6 girlfriends, all of whom were pregnant.
Judge: "Do you have any children?"
Lackey: "No, but I have six on the way."
Judge: "So, you're marrying a woman with six children?"
Lackey: "No, I be concubining."
by The World II October 06, 2007
 
11.
Living together with several different sex/romantic partners. To have multiple girlfriends or wives, all of whom know about each other and live in the same house. Polygamy.

Originated thousands of years ago as a means of producing a large number of offspring, and as a status symbol, to show off how many women and children a man could afford to provide for, and to display virility. Now banned in most countries, but was once common practice, even in early Christendom: Charlamagne had multiple wives.

The word was recently popularized by one Ricky Lackey, a convicted thief who, when asked by the judge at his trial how many children he had, replied: "None now, but I have six on the way." When the judge asked if he was marrying a woman who had six children, he replied "No, I be concubining." Meaning, of course, that he had 6 girlfriends, all of whom were pregnant.
Judge: "Do you have any children?"
Lackey: "No, but I have six on the way."
Judge: "So, you're marrying a woman with six children?"
Lackey: "No, I be concubining."
by The World II October 06, 2007
 
12.
The best canned coffee drink out of Thailand. It comes in a short can with the grinning visage of who appears to be the late Peter Ustinov in a white suit, drinking a cup of coffee. The short, stubby can provides just the right amount of cool, creamy coffee goodness.
I'm going down to Saigon Market to pick up some pocky and some Mr. Brown iced coffee.
by The World II November 18, 2007