An oral sex musical chairs game. Another version of train
An equal number of girls and guys, 4 or more pairs line up in a circle with the guys back to back and the girls on their knees in front of the guys.
Someone starts the music playing and the girls start to suck off the guys. When the music stops and restarts the girls go to the next guy in rotation and start sucking him.
When a guy cums he is out of the game but the girls still continue the rotation each time the music stops and starts.
The object of the game is for the guy to hold off cuming as long as possible, the last guy to cum is a winner and the girl that made the most guys cum is a winner.
This was discussed on the Oprah Show.
Carol said she won by rotating 9 guys and got 3 off.
James shot his load on the first rotation but Gary won by holding off until last.
Reference the Oprah Show. train
The order in which a group of people word
The order in which the spliff
Yo, if you're hittin' this spliff you got to be in the rotation.
The pilot of an aircraft
initiates rotation after reaching V(r) speed in order to obtain the scheduled takeoff
performance. The term rotation is used because the aircraft pivots around the axis of its main landing gear due to manipulation of the flight controls to make this change in aircraft attitude. The nose is usually brought to a 5 - 20 degree nose up attitude to create sufficient lift from the wings.
At 130 KCAS, the pilot moved the control column aft to 8.4 degrees to initiate rotation as the aircraft passed the 5500 ft mark of the runway 24. The aircraft began to rotate.
the planned schedule in which a session of blazing takes place in
yo homie, dont fuk up da rotation, biatch!
Southside Chicago/Detroit Slang word for transpotation. As in rotation of tires/wheels.
Q: Man what are you doing on the bus.......
A: Man I got some parking tickets. So they "booted" my rotation
Someone on freenode who is the same as RyanF
Rotation is also known as RyanF from IRC.
The name of the bestest, coolest, funkiest song by trumpetmeister Herb Alpert. Released 24 years ago, it's still a piece of wonderful avant-garde mastery. To hell with all the pop crap he tried to release after 1979's Rise album!
Great song with a great "Chef" kinda voice saying: