Possibly the single most horrible video game ever created. Such are the extent of its failings that it is now used to describe a botched job or error of epic proportions. Sometimes also used to describe violent torture.
"Dude, you made a total Galleon of that!"

"Avast! Swab the decks less ye be Galleoned!"
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The sexual act where one defecates on a partner's face, then proceeds to rub said faecal matter into the face with a back and forth motion of the buttocks. The buttock cleavage should form a groove into which the nose slots, providing a guide for this motion.

This was allegedly the act to which Meatloaf referred to in the iconic song lyric: "I would do anything for love, but I won't do that".
Jim: "Hey Randy, you know what Meatloaf wouldn't do for love?"

Randy: "Don't tell me, galleoning?"
by SirReginald January 13, 2011
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The act of asking for oral sex while riding the common amusement park ride, "the swinging pirate ship." The man is often denied and forced to wait for sex later.
Zack enjoyed the galleon for hours on end, it cost him many park tickets.
by Michelle Civic August 2, 2010
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Guy 1: I played Gangplank Galleon while fuckin my bitch
Guy 2: what happened after that?
Guy 1: my dick grew 20 inches due to the raw greatness that the music is
by Sudsymemes January 1, 2019
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galleon sexual is when you have sexual likeings for a galleon.
hey I'm galleon sexual I know that it is weird but that ship is hot .
by WhiffyTheCunbucket June 18, 2022
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The Manila galleon originally known as La Nao de China,and Galeón de Acapulco, refers to the Spanish trading ships that linked the Spanish Crown's Viceroyalty of New Spain, based in Mexico City, with its Asian territories, collectively known as the Spanish East Indies, across the Pacific Ocean. The ships made one or two round-trip voyages per year between the ports of Acapulco and Manila from the late 16th to early 19th century. The name of the galleon changed to reflect from which city the ship sailed,setting sail from Cavite, in Manila Bay, at the end of June or first week of July, starting the return journey (tornaviaje) from Acapulco in March–April of the next calendar year, and returning to Manila in June–July.

The term Manila galleon can also refer to the trade route itself between Acapulco and Manila that was operational from 1565 to 1815

The galleons sailed the Pacific, bringing to the Americas cargoes of Chinese and other Asian luxury goods such as spices and porcelain in exchange for New World silver. In addition, Filipino slaves known as "chinos esclavos" ("Chinese slaves") came across the Pacific to Mexico in what is known as the trans-Pacific slave trade. The route also fostered cultural exchanges that shaped the identities and the culture of the countries involved
The Manila galleon were known in New Spain as La Nao de China ("The China Ship") on their voyages from the Spanish East Indies because they carried mostly Chinese goods shipped from Manila.67 The Manila Galleon route was the first instance of globalization, as it marked the earliest period in history when a trade route from Asia crossed to the Americas, thereby connecting all the world's continents in one global silver trade.

In time, chinos in Mexico came to be treated under the law as Indians, becoming indigenous vassals of the Spanish crown after 1672. The implications of this legal change were enormous: as Indians, rather than chinos, they could no longer be held as slaves, they become Five dollar indians.
by Desert flower September 26, 2023
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