An extremely useful portmanteau word containing vitamins for your spirit and crunchiness for your ears. This word provides an irreplaceable exact rhyme for testicle, which any poet knows comes up frequently in the classiest verse.
This is one of a collection of words coined by the ineffable Freddy Bendell during his misspent and callipygous childhood. Others in the series include fluterus, schmidneys, blasshole, flenis, and flotum.
Please, your ladyship, get your hands off my flesticle.
I'm sorry, Monica, but, as President, I cannot allow you to play fast and loose with my flesticle.
a phrase used by a mother describing a medical problem with her underdeveloped 9 year old son, in a phone conversation with her sister. To avoid being explicit about which of her sons she's describing, she uses the word "ying" which is a contraction of "yingele", a Yiddish word meaning "young one."
However "little pitchers have big ears" or "weird scrotums" and both boys overheard and knew.
"...and so the doctor looked at the "scrotum of the ying" and...."