1) Exertion of force in order to bring an object nearer. Opposite of Push
2) Possessing the ability to have things accomplished by others in your favor
3) To remove merchandise from the selling floor
4) Controlled demolition
1) Pull this desk with me over here.
2) That man has a lot of pull in the company
3) Pull the shirt from the floor
4) We're going to pull building 6.
A hypothetical activity in which cows sleeping while standing up at night are tipped over by a modest exertion of force by (an often inebriated) person. This activity is believed to be physically impossible to accomplish for any reasonable large cow. Most commonly it is played as an in joke among rural people to make fun of urban folks who do not know any better and can be easily convinced that it is possible.
See Snipe Hunt.
Joe and I got plastered and went out cow-tipping. What a blast!
N. The act of orally pleasing the male genitalia.
Throughout history felatio has been an exertion of dominance over his lessers. During pre-biblical times, a farmer might force a thief to perform felatio to him had he found said thief trying to steal goods from him.
Felatio is the culmination of a prom night's hard work.
1. A physical exertion on something.
2. The living field of energy, from Star Wars. Some people are stronger in it than others, mainly Jedi or Sith. The Sith are better. (Don't ask me how midi-chlorians come into this, at all.)
3. What I usually have to do in order to get the shit out of my ass.
1. They had to force the door open when I locked them out.
2. If you're a Sith, you get to shoot freakin' Force lightning out of your hands. COOL!
3. Use the FOOOOOOOOOORCE! *grunts*
working excessively hard
look at them slavin away
The exertion of enough force on a wrench, ratchet handle, tire iron, etc. to cause the person applying this force to see "spots". (Sometimes called "floaties") If the applied force continues, it is followed by a blackout.
Goddammit!!! Who's the spot torque artist who put these lug nuts on? They shoulda just welded them.
the sport of gods, requires constant physical exertion, perfect poise, balance, timing, awareness, brute force, and a sensitive touch.
to err is human, to erg is devine