The most beautiful, delicious thing in the world. More commonly known as a pussy. The vulva is the external part of the pussy, commonly misidentified as the "vagina," which is actually the inside part.
It's amazing that so many people are uneducated and refer to a vulva as a vagina. Idiots!
All of the people you would like to have (and/or have had)
sex with, any of which can be selected to fantasize about while masturbating.
I picked Maria from the masturbation rolodex last night
The Philadelphia Flyers teams of the 1970s. They were so mean, rough, and vicious that other teams were intimidated and scared shitless to play them.
First Edition (1972-1975) featured Dave "The Hammer" Schultz, Bob "The Hound" Kelly, Andre "Moose" Dupont, and Don "Big Bird" Saleski.
Second Edition (1976-1981) included Paul Holmgren, Mel Bridgman, Behn Wilson, Dave Hoyda, Glen Cochrane, and Ken "The Rat" Linseman. Those were the scariest teams in hockey history.
Third Edition (1981-approx. 1987) included Dave Brown, Rick Tocchett, Daryl Stanley and Craig Berube.
Man do I miss those days of the Broad Street Bullies and Big Bad Bruins.
A word or phrase unique to the big small town of St. Louis, Missouri. Examples:
Hoosier: white trash
toasted ravioli: small raviolis deep fried till crispy
gooey butter cake: a breakfast cake, about 10 x 10 inches,
filled with a buttery custard and covered in powdered
pork steak: a slice of pork butt, about half inch thick,
bone in, slow cooked on a barbeque pit and smothered in
Maull's barbeque sauce
'Where'd ya go to high school?': the first question asked
by one native to another person they are meeting for the
first time who also is a lifelong St. Louisan.
"Hoosier" as a St. Louisism, has nothing to do with Bobby Knight or Indiana.
Song by the Doors from the 1971 album of the same name. 7 minutes 49 seconds of pure adrenelin. One of the greatest driving songs ever.
There is nothing like driving around on a spring day with L.A. Woman blasting at maximum volume.
The penalty box in hockey or roller derby
He got sent to the sin bin for that elbow to the head
A term used by Deadheads back in the day, meaning a ticket to a show given as a gift to someone outside the venue who has no ticket. Usually given randomly by a stranger. Taken from the Grateful Dead song "I Need a Miracle."
I was walking around the parking lot when this guy came up and miracled me