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To say: "Shines like a diamond in a goat's ass" is to provide high praise for something or someone. A harsh term, it is often used by men in the working trades. A star baseball player on a mediocre team could be said to "shine like a diamond in a goat's ass." Often, the phrase is used as a compliment for a really nice car or motorcycle. Ironically, it would not be appropriate to compliment a diamond ring or other jewelry with this phrase. (Body piercings excepted.)
1. That new chrome on your Harley-Davidson shines like a diamond in a goat's ass!
2. The ghost flames on your pickup truck make it shine like a diamond in a goat's ass.
3. Inappropriate usage: "Your engagement ring shines like a diamond in a goat's ass!" (That might get you bitch-slapped.)
by rook's Buddy May 22, 2010
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