The act of spooning, where ones body contours to anothers, forming an "interlocking" puzzle
Ya man, she completed the human puzzle while we were spooning on the couch!
The obsessive proclivity one may have toward placing objects or body parts into areas that will seemingly accommodate the chosen item's contours while occupying the maximum volume of the empty space.
"The top of my chiweenie's head fits perfectly into my eye socket like a furry little puzzle piece."
"Why do you know that?"
"It's contourtionism; I like to see stuff go together."
"Stuff like mammal meat?"
"Gross. Leave now or we'll see how well my elbow matches your orbit."
One who likes to slide their tongue along the inner contours of the sphincter.
Go and fuck yourself, u filthy rim jobber!
It's a combination of Weird and Random... when someone says something that is applicable to both.
"So how are you today?"
"I like cows"
"Your so weirdom..."
"What that girl did today was weirdom!"
rosa: so what u been up to, tessy?
tessy:i have donated to the midget horse fund and created contours with lines and shade and colour paint pro on the art computer
Occurs when people spend way too much time infront of the computer chatting and eating snacks. The ass gets bigger and contours perfectly to the chair.
From behind it resembles (___|___)
person 1: I'm hoping to land me a job staring at a pc all day.
person 2: Yeah that would be great, but you'll end up with chat ass.
used by African american booty aficionados to describe the lack of discernible rump contours of most caucasian women.
"Dat white girl's ass is flatter den a' ironing board."
Muffin-Top is a word used to describe the strange and bizarre waist scrunching effect that results when females wear tight fitting, low-rise/hip-hugger pants along with small-sized, navel exposing, mid-riff tops.more...
Though, the effect is more extreme with heavier females, all females, with the exception of anorexic models, can fall victim to the muffin-top disaster. The reason for this, is that the design of low-rise/hip-hugger pants, originally popular during the late 60’s and early-to-mid 70’s, defies the natural shape and contours of the average females’ body; forcing the skin and fat around her waist, back and upper buttocks to spill out over her pants and through her tiny crop-top, causing a muffin-top effect.
Originally, the idea behind low-rise pants and mid-riff tops, which made their first reappearance during the mid-to-late 90’s, was to produce clothing that would make a woman’s torso appear longer, and possibly thinner, than it actually was. Normally, men’s pants are designed with lower waists, because of their naturally longer torsos, narrower hips and smaller pelvises. In order to recreate this “longer, thinner torso” appearance for women, clothing manufacturers adopted shorter-waist, men’s trousers, modified the design for the female market, resulting in the catastrophe that the word, “muffin-top” currently describes. The muffin-top’s legacy, if anything, describes the disaster that can result when the fashion industry goes terribly wrong. The existence ...