61 definitions by D F Stuckey

Homaosexual male who enjoys performing fellation upon uncircusised males, preferably with poor personal hygiene.
"Cyril is such a cheese master - He needs a mouthwash"
by D F Stuckey February 14, 2004
Direct translation of the Chinese slang for the scrotum.
( From 'Taipan', by James Branch Clavell )

" Ming noticed the tiniest flaw in the waiter's dress as he served James, and quietly told him ' Put your jacket in order when you serve my guests, or I'll slice off your Secret Sack for a change purse!' James was lost in wonder at the delicate beauty of the Mandarin language, which he himself knew little of."
by D F Stuckey April 15, 2004
Slang for body compound, used in vehicle car repair.
"That car's only held together with slumgudgeon"
by D F Stuckey February 14, 2004
Nickname of Stacey Orrico.
A:"Holy Moley!"
B:'Yes, I hvae her latest CD . . "
by D F Stuckey May 5, 2004
A large, solid and uncomfortable bowel motion, one that will cause Assburn.
" After being constipated for a week, the last thing you need is to have a Chocolate Steamtrain to relieve the break"
by D F Stuckey February 20, 2004
Reality TV program in which five men, expert in such fields as fashion, cooking, decorating and suchlike, take on the task of improving the lifestyle and living conditions of another man; All five are homosexual and with one exception rather camp, and the makeover subject is always straight.

Although entertaining, educational and sometimes amusing, it carries the unspoken message that straight men are in the main uncouth, untidy and useless at choosing clothes and cooking.
A:"you know, I never realised that I shave like I'm in a race or something"
B:"What? Like the guys on 'Queer Eye For the Straight Guy' say it all the time."
pause.
B:"Probably true, though."
by D F Stuckey July 10, 2004
A loud but musical breaking of wind, or fart.
"As a hush descended on the dinner room at Hogwarts, just as Dumbledor rose to speak a sudden sharp trouser trumpet honked into the air. Ron Weasley looked as red as a beetroot; In fact, it was Hermione who in typical muggle fashion had done it, but was willing to pass it on to Ron."
by D F Stuckey July 9, 2004