word of the day: November 20, 2010
"coming out of the cupboard" is a figure of speech for popular or non popular people's disclosure of their secret obsession for Harry Potter.
The term comes from the well know phrase "coming out of the closet" which refers to a person revealing that they are gay/lesbian.
The "closet" part is replaced by "cupboard" because, as we know, Harry Potter lived in the "cupboard under the stairs" in the beginning of the book series.
I guess I'm finally coming out of the cupboard. I didn't really want people to know I was secretly obsessed with Harry Potter
"coming out of the cupboard" is a term to decribe the act performed by claustrophile glory-hole fetishists.
The participant enters a cupboard and sticks his manhood through the glory hole
for a happy ending
Al: "I think a seagull just shat on me in the kitchen"
Jon: "No, that's just Roy, coming out of the cupboard. Do you see the glory hole
drilled in it?"
Something gay midgets do
So called because most gay folks come out of closets, but the small stature of little people necessitates they come out of someplace smaller
Did you hear about little Jimmy? Suzie told me he was coming out of the cupboard
What a homosexual midget does.
That midget is considering the implications of coming out of the cupboard.