Jan 15 Word of the Day
The Nussy, or the โ€œnose pussyโ€, if you will, was discovered during the corona virus pandemic of 2020. People that had to be tested for Covid-19 had to have their nose swabbed right where the brain connects, which often led to people rolling back their eyes and gagging.

A nose-swab-fetish developed from this, because we, as humans, ruin everything.
โ€œOh fuck yeah, swab my nussyโ€

Sir, please, I went to medical school

by Pogoextreme December 25, 2020
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When telling a story, one uses this phrase to leave out all the intricate details of the situation, leaving all the details up to the one listening. Mainly used when bragging to one's friends about one's sexual prowess. See, "yadda yadda yadda".
I was delivering pizza last night, and when I rang the door bell, she opened up the door wearing nothing but a towel, and one thing lead to another - and now I gotta take a pill to "supress" this damn thing.
by anna August 17, 2004
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A cryptic term only males understand -- " 5 minutes later i had my cock down her throat "
Her mum made me a cup of coffee we had a chat then, one thing led to another.....
by dickzilla August 16, 2004
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Conversation glosser-over.

See also; yada yada

Mostly used as a substitue to sexual descriptions, it can also serve to shorten or skip over parts of conversations. It allows the listener to fill in the blanks themselves with their imagination.

The phrase was used recently as a lyric in an Urban Hip-Hop Song; "Holidae In".

Chingy: "One thing leadin to anotha, let the party begin!"
"Well, me and my girlfriend were watching a movie, and..... one thing led to another and now I've got child support for triplets"
by Jake Jarmel August 17, 2004
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The obvious definition is that you did one thing, which led to a situation where it was logical to do some other related thing.

It can often be used to say something without actually saying it--you might say the phrase to imply that something happened which you are not going to be explicitly explain... (see the example below.)
I heard this rumour about John and Beth: Beth invited John to dinner last week, during which he accidentally spilled wine on his pants. Beth told him he better take them off so she could clean off the wine before it made a permanent stain. I guess John got a little aroused by the situation, and one thing led to another...
by PlaceHolder August 16, 2004
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a phrase used by people to cut out part of a story that is not necessary, so that they can get to the meat of the story.

Usually used when people are talking about how they got a guy/girl in the sack.
joe: How did it go last night with whatshername ?

Cramer: We went bowling and one thing led to another and I ended up on top of her in my bed with her screaming !
by Vito August 16, 2004
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