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8.
When two people try to get each other off, and when one gets off he said "and thats the way it was"
I just gave John a sloppy cronkite
by MMA Alex January 30, 2007
 
9.
Its when two people try to get each other off and the first person to get off says "That.. is the way it was."
Haven't you ever heard of a sloppy Cronkite? Its when two people try to get each other off and the first person to get off says "That.. is the way it was." - Jon Stewart
by Leonffs January 30, 2007
 
10.
A sexual term invented by Jon Stewart (or the writing staff) of the Daily Show.
It refers to vague (usually homosexual) sexual activity between political staffers, elected officials, members of the press etc.
Perhaps the term is designed as an the over the (capital) hill parody of the well-known Dirty Sanchez.
"Cheney and Libby gave each other sloppy Cronkites in the broom closet."

by KiraKiraKilla January 31, 2007
 
11.
When 2 guys try to get each other off first and the first one to get the other off says "and that's the way it is".

This phrase uttered by John Stewart on The Daily Show 1/29/07
Two guys were in a janitors closet giving each other a Sloppy Cronkite.
by JustinS2000 January 31, 2007
 
12.
when two people try to get each other off the first one who gets off says, "that's the way it was." just like walter cronkite used to say it. invented by jon stewart.
dude i think the vice president and Karl Rove were giving each other sloppy cronkites.
by dmoney1202 January 30, 2007
 
13.
First used on the Daily show with Jon Stewart.
When two people try to get each other off, and the first one to finish says "And thats the way it was".
I'm sure you can think of a way to use it!
Sloppy Cronkite!
by Marvin L January 30, 2007
 
14.
When 2 guys try to get each other off first and the first one to get the other off says "and that's the way it is".

This phrase invented by John Stewart on The Daily Show 1/29/07
Two guys were in a janitors closet giving each other a Sloppy Cronkite.
by JustinS2000 January 30, 2007