Paul McCartney is this.
The Walrus was Paul
by Hompsar March 10, 2004
This is an agressive sexual technique in which, after ejaculating in a girl's mouth, one karate chops her in the throat so that the ejaculatory fluids seep from the nose in a white stream, simulating the tusks of a walrus. The cough/gag-like sound that she will make also closely resembles the bark of the walrus.
by andy December 02, 2004
hmm either Paul McCartney or John Lennon... in the song Glass Onion it says "heres another clue for you all,the walrus was paul" but in an interview with John Lennon he said "i used to be the walrus but now blah blah"(i forgot the rest of the quote)
by Dont look back in anger October 30, 2004
Much like the Angry Dragon, the walrus is simple. When you are getting head from a guy/girl and you are about to ejaculate, ram your dick far into his/her mouth, causing him/her to gag. You've blocked the air passage and the only way for your cum to exit is shooting through his/her nasal passage. Pull out immediatly and watch ur cum shoot out of his/her nose, resembling the walrus' majestic tusks. This can also be done by punching him/her in the stomach or tickling him/her as he/she is about to swallow.
Mike- "My girl was giving me head while I was watching the Discovery Channel, and I wanted her to resemble the walruses I was watching. So I gave her an Angry Dragon and it worked!"
by The Bitch February 14, 2007
when a woman gives a blowjob to 2 guys at once... by grabbing each mans' penis in hand and simultaneously beginning oral stimulation.
by Murrdogg June 10, 2009
After spunking in a girl's mouth, pinch the center of her two lips together and hold her nose. This will force the cum to dribble out of the sides of her mouth, thus the teeth of the walrus.
by Long Island August 13, 2004
The climax you hit from any drug or alcohol. used to confuse parents/or any other parental figure. when your with a group of friends and you just smoked a fat blunt. instead of saying "guys im so high right now" you say. "guys im feeling the walrus".
by Steph squared. July 27, 2011