Short for "tattoo sleeve": A tattoo that covers all or most of a person's forearm, as though it were the sleeve of a shirt.
Duane ("The Rock") Johnson has a very impressive tat sleeve.
Judgment City is that part of town where all the buildings are of medium height, usually located near expressways, and built between the early Sixties and the mid-Eighties. Its style is some variation on International Style as exemplified by the almost inevitable flat roofs with HVAC equipment forming a "sore thumb" addendum to the roof lines. Judgment City gets its name from the sterile corporate complex that is the setting for most of the plot of Albert Brooks' satiric comedy DEFENDING YOUR LIFE.
Beige is the predominant theme of Judgment City -- beige for the cast-concrete slabs that form some buildings, most bridges, and practically all covered parking structures attached to those buildings that no longer are surrounded by enormous asphalt parking lots. Beige also shows up in more overtly pseudo-sophisticated building techniques like pebbled walls (usually more concrete but with a deliberate random design), or the vertical walls with pretend fluting that are made of a whiter shade of concrete.
Judgment City areas generally push retail and housing to its edges because in these neo-downtowns, rents are too expensive to support low-rise concerns.
If, however, you come across a newer area that is not flat-roofed and beige, but equally corporate with such building features as monopitch or steepled roofs, ziggurat-edged walls and exposed structural elements like gray PPG plate glass or red girders, you've gone beyond Modern into Post-Modern: Legoland. (See "Legoland".)
-- Recall that in Albert Brooks' movie DEFENDING YOUR LIFE, the newer retail outlets in Judgment City, like nail salons or frozen-yogurt shops, were going up on the edge of town.
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.
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).
Alternate spelling of "roughhousing" with one "h" omitted. Compare thresh-hold, threshold.
Means mock-fighting or wrestling, grabassing, or physical fooling around, usually between boys of similar age.
See also fooling around
"Don't put the twins together in the back seat or they'll be roughousing all the way to the mall."
An erect penis length that about one out of fifty men has, but about one out of ten claims.
Q: What's a Gay Eight?
A: Six inches.
Q: OK, so what's a genuine eight inches?
A: No one I know (sighs).
“PORNALITY” comes from PORN + BANALITY, a misheard or misunderstood (if clichéd) expression that takes on a more graphic or sexualized meaning:
HARD-AND-FAST solution becomes “HARDEN-FAST” SOLUTION;
NO-HOLDS-BARRED (wrestling) becomes “NO HOLES BARRED” (stick it anywhere!);
NIP IT IN THE BUD becomes “NIP IT IN THE BUTT";
and, a pornality deliberately scripted for television:
CORNISH GAME HEN became "CORNISH GAY MEN" as mishead by Dick Solomon (John Lithgow) on NBC-TV's "Third Rock from the Sun" (1996-2001).
"Man, you got a buttload of mail."
"Don't you mean 'boatload'? "Buttload" is a pornality."
"I was gonna say 'shitload'."
"Point well taken."
A pornographic movie of the XXX
kind, whether full-length or a download
of 20 minutes or less.
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."