A synonym of butterface, meaning everything looks good but her face. The Cincinnati Bengal reference is used because the team has nice looking uniforms but horrible helmets
by Brandon Collet March 23, 2004
by Carson Palmer June 25, 2005
Here at home, the legend of Boomer and company lives on. We faithfully wait, screaming in silence. 89.
by Vapor Trail September 07, 2003
A term for a girl with a good body and a bad face- a reference to the cincinnati bengals, who have nice looking uniforms and ugly helmets
by antonebigslick December 08, 2009
A Cincinnati Bengal is when one partner scoops poop out of their partner's behind, paints racing stripes on their partner's back, and then proceeds to have sexual intercourse with them doggy style.
"Hey Tommy, I gave Susie a real thick Cincinnati Bengal Last Night!" "That's great Billy, I love a good Cincinnati Bengal!"
by Tommy Thompsonson July 31, 2008
Formed in 1968 by Clevland legend Paul Brown, the Bengals have a history of losing that they are trying to turn around. After a few playoff berths in the 1970s, the team had some amazing runs in the 1980s. They made the Super Bowl in 1981 and in 1988. Both years they had league leading quarterbacks- Ken Anderson the first time around and later Boomer Esiason. Both years they faced San Francisco for the title. And both years they lost in heartbreaking fashion. In 1990, the Bengals made the playoffs, and several months later, Paul Brown died. His son, Mike, ruined the franchise for many years. During the 1990s, this hapless team was nicknamed the 'Bungles' for their poor play on the field. In recent years, Brown appears to have gotten sick of losing. In 2005, the Cincinnati Bengals finally broke their steak of 14 straight years of missing the playoffs. Led by a young core, included quarterback carson Palmer, they made the playoffs, but were bounced in the first round by the champion Steelers.
"And Joe Montana has done it again! For the second time in his career, he has organized a fourth quarter comeback to beat the Cincinnati Bengals in the Super Bowl."
by Sports Info July 03, 2006