181 definitions by al-in-chgo

Same as "jerk off" (masturbate); also used as a noun to reference a feckless, no-account person, usu. male.

Up until the 1980s, "jack off" was considered more a Southern (USA) locution than "jerk off," which was considered more urban and Northeastern/Midwestern states. Considerable swapping around has taken place in the meantime, probably because of increased social mobility and relaxed codes of censorship.
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1)...All little Timmy can talk about is sex. If I weren't so polite, I'd have told him to go get laid, or to jack off in a corner...

2)...'If y'all boys didn't jack off so much, you might amount to something.'... (closet-case coach to members of the high-school basketball team in 1971 movie THE LAST PICTURE SHOW).
by al-in-chgo April 10, 2011
Advertising and promotional slang for a DEad ceLEBrity, especially one whose image can be used in advertising and, through photoshop or other c.g.i. process, can be seen to advocate contemporary products or causes.

Right to use such images can be bought and sold, much like the endorsements and images of still-alive celebrities.
Who's our agency's biggest deleb? It's not James Dean or Marilyn Monroe, it's Albert Einstein!
by al-in-chgo June 20, 2010
The human posterior, especially the anus, usually male. Originates from homosexual prison slang of the 1930's - 1960's, in which "junk" is the frontal male genitalia and "candy" the reverse.... A bottom's candy, sexually, is where the top wants to put his junk.

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Never mind the big junk, he's candy all the way.
by al-in-chgo June 02, 2010
"Pre-ejaculatory fluid" is the clnical medical way to say what most of us call "pre-cum" or "precum": the usually clear and viscous liquid seceted by the Cowper's Gland (a tiny gland inside the male's genito-urinary works) that precedes actual orgasm and ejaculation of semen ("cum").

The amount secreted as pre-ejaculatory fluid varies from nothing or next-to-nothing to a great amount. See basketball player.
The most popular brand of condom-safe sexual lubricant mimics very well the clearness, thickness (viscosity), slipperiness and slight stickiness of pre-ejaculatory fluid.
by al-in-chgo May 30, 2010
A pornographic movie of the XXX kind, whether full-length or a downloaded vid of 20 minutes or less.

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1. "The fuck flick I saw last night had several scenes. There was some oral warmup, and then A fucked B, who fucked C, who went down on A, who was then ready to top D who had just wandered into the room, and so on."

"Awesome."

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by al-in-chgo March 14, 2010
Name of the rock-based instrumental tune that opened and closed the syndicated Canadian TV show, THE KIDS IN THE HALL (1990s).

The song was performed by a rock trio called "Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet," which name is, unfortunately, one character too long to fit the 30-character limit for tags. The band (1984-1991) was based in Toronto and one of its members was/is friends with one of the Kids in the Hall. Shadowy Men had a successful career in its relatively brief life and has a reputation as both innovative and influential, in that it fused Punk with Surf styles. The group's bassist, Reid Diamond, died of cancer in 1991.

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See also UrbanDictionary listing: Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet.
"Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet" is an unusual name, even for an indie band."

"A lot of their tunes have quirky names, too: consider "Having an Average Weekend," which The Kids In The Hall used as the intro / outro music for their show."

"TMI! Unless I can win a bar bet with it."

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by al-in-chgo March 01, 2010
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Toronto-based rock trio (1984-91) credited with fusing the Punk style (Dead Kennedys e.g.) with Surf (the Ventures) into a distinctive but soon-imitated sound (sometimes called third-gen Surf).

The band usually recorded without vocals and has a number of EP's and CD's to its credit. Its last CD was released in 1995 but the band had effectively come to an end with the death of bassist Reid Diamond to cancer in 1991.

Televiewers may know Shadowy Men best from one particular song: "Having an Average Weekend," which was adopted by the Canadian satirical troupe Kids In The Hall as intro/outro music to the half-hour show of the same name.

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"What was that band on the radio that played those interesting chords?"

"Dude, you've never heard of Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet? They were huge in the eighties and early nineties. Even did the theme music for 'Kids In The Hall' on TV."

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by al-in-chgo March 01, 2010
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