181 definitions by al-in-chgo

Cumming in someone's mouth, or for the recipient to solicit multiple ejaculations from multiple partners -- an interior bukkake.
"Jack loves to play 'coat the throat' but unfortunately my paint brush is too sensitive for that kind of inside work."
by al-in-chgo August 21, 2010
A polite and gender-specific way to say fuck buddy (a term which can apply to male and female alike), both meaning a fairly regular sexual partner of whom no particular social commitment or romantic allegiance is expected. Very similar to "friend with benefits" except that if absoutely necessary the guy can be referred to as a "boyfriend" which, strictly speaking, isn't a lie.


Abercrombie? Oh, he's an honorary boyfriend at most. He gets nookie but I don't have to take him shopping. So far so good for us both."

"Am I still looking for a "regular" boyfriend? Sure, but for now Dolph keeps me satisfied sexually, so I know horniness is not going to interfere with my judgment choosing a real boyfriend."
by al-in-chgo March 05, 2010
A term a man, particularly a gay man, might use to describe his penis in length and then by width (sometimes meaning girth or circumference), in inches (20 by 15 cm). He's lying, of course. Or at least, no more than a two percent chance he's in that territory.

If he claims six by eight (six long, eight "wide" or perhaps in circumference), you're getting into choad territory. See choad also spelled chode. Demand immediate proof.

"So he told me, 'I've got an eight by six.' At first I thought he was talking about a new kind of car engine, or something. I finally figured out what he meant, but he had already proven himself to be such a jerk that I had no desire to check out that particular attribute."

Old Joke -- Q: What's a Gay Eight? A: Six inches.

by al-in-chgo March 01, 2010
1. A kind of portmanteau word (pronounced EPPI-SANE) combining slang usage of "Epic" and "Insane" to combine a new intensified meaning of awesomeness, something so wonderful as to be almost unbelievable.

2. Not to be confused with the very similar-sounding "epicene" (EPPI-SEEN), which means a person showing qualities or attributes of both genders, or as an adjective bisexual, or indeterminate as to gender.


Did you see the skating team at the Olympics whose event got so much applause? At one point on the ice, SHE picked HIS body up off the ground and went into a twirl with him in her arms. Totally off-the-wall and unexpected. Episane!

I went to one of those big party weekends at that university downstate. Late at night, it got really episane -- students and their friends chanting school slogans, line dancing, puking, or trying all three at once. A couple of them almost set fire to a telephone pole! It was chaos until a couple of campus cops showed up around 3:00 a.m.


By the standards of his time, Oscar Wilde played the epicene to the point of outrageousness, wearing floppy suits, overblown boutonniers, and louche hats. That mixed-gender image, coupled with his constant and arrogant elitism and self-promotion as a genius, hurt him when he was accused of sexually molesting an underage teen.

I can't emphasize enough what a stunner it was when David Bowie went epicene on the album cover of "Ziggy Stardust" back in the Seventies; that kind of deliberate sexual ambiguity upset a lot of people, even some of his previous fans. Then there were the music and the lyrics . . .

by al-in-chgo February 23, 2010
1. A Hot Older Man in the public eye, such as George Clooney or Brad Pitt.

2. A hot older gay male (note differing terminology). In a gay context, HOM signifies handsome gay men in their forties and fifties, who are usually well-defined physically and have body (esp. chest) hair and often some face hair, although head hair is not an absolute requirement. There are numerous websites devoted to same-sex admirers of HOM's, some more explicitly erotic than others.
Stefan: "See that guy leaving the gym? He is SO hot-looking with that jacket and greying goatee. My Tim Kelly meter is going tilt. Think he's HOM (aitch-oh-emm)?"

Thom: "If he's gay, you may be on to something. You sure have an eye for the daddies, don't you?"

Stefan: "Woof!"
by al-in-chgo February 20, 2010
It means act like a man, but in a non-sexist way. It is not meant to be chauvinistic or disparage other groups. Similar phrases would be "be a man," "be a mensch," "be a stand-up guy" or "wake up and accept responsibility for your actions."
Judge Marilyn Milian on THE PEOPLE'S COURT occasionally uses the term "man up" in the way described above, somewhat like an earlier TV instruction of hers to "butch up your act" but not so gay-identified. She has been provoked to the "man up" remark when confronted with such clueless men as the biological father who claimed he 'wanted to be a daddy' when he in fact had not visited his son nor contributed to his support, and the man who consistently maintained he had put only a scratch on plaintiff's car when in fact all the witnesses confirmed and all the photographic evidence showed that he had done considerable damage. It would be absurd for Judge Milian to order a woman to "man up" but she has other, analogous remarks, to make to similarly witless or hypocritical women.
by al-in-chgo February 19, 2010
Legoland is that place in your town or urban area where medium-height buildings (10-25 stories) seem to have sprouted almost overnight between about 1985 and today. Such an area with a high Legoland factor will boast modestly asymmetrical offices and hotels, and a fair degree of dark gray window glass, set among multilane roads and parking garages. Because of zoning designed to benefit large corporate builders, there will be an absence of such attractive nuisances as billboards and strip malls. Public transit will be close to nonexistent.
--What's the most Legoland place in the Chicago area?

--Many people would say Schaumburg but I would nominate the area west of Chicago at the intersection of the I-88 Reagan Toll Road and I-355. The buildings are all modern and were probably considered modestly daring in the past 25 years when they were built, but in reality are unchallenging and dull.

--Why doesn't Schaumburg qualify?

--It has some newer buildings but also lots from the mid-Sixties to the mid-Eighties, a style more Judgment City than Legoland.

(see "Judgment City").
by al-in-chgo May 20, 2011
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