|1.||I sure wrang it out|
Here the verb "wrang" is used in the past tense as Ennis admits that he had jerked off, or masturbated many times. The adverb "out" serves to intensify the strong emotions of longing experienced while thinking about the friend he had not seen nor touched for four years.
"I never had no thoughts a doin it with another guy except I sure wrang it out a hunderd times thinkin about you." This is from the written novel Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulx
|2.||not rolling his own|
The present participle is used to refer to the activity of masturbation in a larger completed sentence. Compare the word with the past tense wrang it out in the same passage: except I sure wrang it out a hunderd times thinkin about you.
The source is Brokeback Mountain. Jack did not roll his own. He did not did not jerk off alone. This sentence was omitted in the French translation of the short story.
with women, yeah, but Jesus H., ain't nothin like this. I
"sh*t no," said Jack, who had been riding more than bulls, not rolling his own. "You know that. Old Brokeback got us good and it sure ain't over. We got a work out what the f*ck we're goin a do now."
When a fry a cook wrings out liquid from a wash cloth, sweat ban, dish towl, sponge, shamwow, or other obsorbent thing onto, under or around your hamburger while cooking it up special just for you.
Matt and Trevor got the shaky shitts after eating those scrunge burgers at the cafe.
My double bacon chease burger tasted like soap, that scanky ass bitch cooked me another scrunge burger
Jimmy was so hungry he could eat a sack of scrunge burgers.
Luther wrang out his sweat band on the griddle before cooking those cops a good old fashiond scrunge burger.