mere or merely. A weak adjective or adverb that is a 'filler' word such as like. Sometimes used by songwriters to fill out the meter of their lyrics. Other than the latter group, the written or spoken sentence can get along quite nicely without the word.
What are you doing? "I'm just chillin'"
Reply sounds fine saying "I'm chillin'"
The secret little things we do in life when we think others aren't looking or when our curiosity is aroused by a sign that is posted telling us not to do something. Inspired by the corridor that you walk down for 20 years without touching the walls. Then one day you smell fresh paint and the corridor has been roped off with signs that say "Don't Touch - Wet Paint." An overwhelming urge comes over us to touch the wall. (See Briar Patch Effect)
The family was at the zoo and one of the boys saw a sign that said "Do Not Feed the Animals." He immediately walked to a concession kiosk and bought a bag of peanuts to feed the monkeys. He was inspired by the Wet Paint Syndrome into doing something he shouldn't be doing.
Inserting the index and middle fingers in the vagina and the thumb in the balloon knot. Sometimes known as the shocker, this phrase is popular because it is so similar to the way a bowling ball is picked up.
Here are enough gutterball rhymes to create your own a rap song: Two in the pink, one in the stink; two in the grass one in the ass; two in the slut one in the butt; two in the koot, one in the chute; goin to town with one in the brown; two in the slit, one in the pit; two in the clam, one in the ham; two in the junk, one in the trunk; two in the snapper, one in the crapper; two in the crack whore, one in the backdoor; two in the bank, one in the stank; two in the soup, one in the poop; going for broke with one in the spokes; two in the hair pie, one in the brown eye.
After Dropping a Deuce you wipe once and there isn't even a pale brown stain on the toilet paper.
The origin is Dow Chemical's Teflon that is applied to frying pans to keep food from sticking. Ronald Reagan was known as the "Teflon President" because no one could get any scandal to stick to him.
John: Sarah can you check my spokes and balloon knot? I just wiped and there wasn't any stain on the toilet paper.
Sarah: nothing there
John: Hey, I just dropped a Teflon Dump!