It., aug. of tromba a trumpet: cf. F
Def: A Manually operated, wind driven pitch approximator.
After the fall of the Roman Empire, medieval treasure hunters recovered 76 of these pumps and, believing them to be musical instruments, started a village band for boys known as the "76 Sackbuts". As music became more sophisticated, the 27 position design of the Sackbut proved too clumsy to execute the faster passages being written so, over the years, the horn was streamlined into a more agile 7 position horn and renamed the Slide Trombone.
Although the instrument has changed little since then, a more permissive, forgiving and politically correct society has lowered the bar of musical expectations. As a result the Trombone is now more commonly known as a "manually operated, wind driven pitch approximator".
1. She gave me some good head last night!
2. She swallowed everything!
3. She sucked me off properly!
4. She's very educated, she gives good brain
5. She kept sucking me off light a newborn baby on a bottle.
2)I think i'll start giving trombone lessons
3)I hate emo's (especially kirsty)