An ancient Welsh colloquilism describing a "person" who indulges in an act of cruel and unusual beastiality whereby an onion is used to sodomize ruminant livestock. Specifically where a leek is used to penetrate the rectum of a sheep for perverse sexual gratification.
From the noun; 'to welp'
Daffyd looked at Holly with a mixture of confusion and bewilderment upon his simple innocent face. "But I don't understand Holly, what do you need that leek for??"
"Shut up and hold that bastard sheep still isn't it!!" Snapped Holly fiercely, her face set in grim determination as she brandished the leek menacingly.
Afterwards, Holly held the dirty leek aloft in the air, with a manical grin she waved it around like a sordid welping trophy as Daffyd sat sobbing on the grass, traumatized by what he had just seen. He tried in vain to comfort the sexually injured sheep. Eventually Holly sat down beside him, looking both calm and spent but also deeply satisfied. "Yes Daffyd" she said, with what sounded like heavy solemness in her voice "I am a welper."
An ancient Welsh colloquilism used to describe a man or woman that engages in the illegal sodomization (under common-law; see 'beastiality') of farmyard ruminants using onions. Specifically, someone who has inserted a leek into a sheep's rectum. From the verb; to Welp.
See; Beastiality, pelping, queebo.
Daffyd looked at Holly with a mixture of confusion and fright on his face, "but I don't understand, what are you going to do with that leek?"
"Be quiet bitch and hold that sheep still!" snapped Holly. With a look of grim determination on her face she began to repeatedly savage the poor ruminant with the leek. Afterwards, as Daffyd sat sobbing on the grass, traumatized at what he had just seen, he tried in vain to comfort the sexually injured sheep. Holly meanwhile, waved the dirty leek in the air triumphantly with a maniacal grin on her flushed face, before sitting down beside Daffyd, with a look of spent calm now on her face. "Yes Daffyd, I am a welper." she confessed tiredly, with what sounded like a heavy note of solemness in her voice.