when you pee and fart at the same time
omg i cant believe you just parted in the toilet!
by halli May 18, 2004
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male equivalent of a queef
when a guy farts out of his penis
penis + fart = part
1. We parted at the airport.

2. I parted from my wife.
by white-boi June 7, 2010
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Termed first originated in the highland hills region of ft worth In the rolling plains of Texas. First uttered by the infamous King Kango the one and only. OG gangsta/izzle Pimpin at its finest. Finesse pimp. “That part” used to express how things really are, simply put referring to the way it is. Big facts. No if’s ands or butts. Final state of being.
The izzle made her quit the intravenous method for drug use because it affected her beauty as a whole. Her hair indeed was more illustrious and her skin was smooth and as clear and the instructions that her Da
ddy gave her. The izzle was right as usual. That part!

Every dude longed to be in his shoes and every bitch wished they were her they are the perfect pair. The finest example of a king and his Queen. An Izzle and his bottom. Yea that part. Fuck you mean.
by NICKIhustledicks June 20, 2021
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A pet name for a friend typically of an opposite sex . PARTS is short for partner
Your a little handzee with my PARTS.
by Jb1978 April 12, 2017
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*sounds of humping*
*sounds of laughter*
by The Entropy September 22, 2008
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Hi. you did not seem to like my little singy song. wanna sing one with me?
what would your part look like and what would you have me sing if you could write mine?
by Krkič May 17, 2019
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1st Definition:

A famous quote from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, the hit 2006 movie staring Jack Sparrow as played by Johnny Depp, wherein the crew of The Flying Dutchman can be heard chanting this line prior to cutting out the heart of the nearly deceased Will Turner, played by Orlando Bloom, who stabbed the heart of the Davy Jones with the help of Elizabeth Swan, played by Keira Knightley, killing Davy Jones while also saving Will Turner whose fate was then sealed for near eternity as the captain of The Flying Dutchman and ferry departed souls to the afterlife. This line is often used to mock positions in which one feels there is no escape as well as jokingly scare individuals who are new to a situation, suggesting that they will never be able to leave.

2nd Definition:
Unavailable, subject to first rule violation.
Person 1: "You've been here HOW long? Why haven't you left? Found a better place to go?"

Person 2: "Part of the ship, part of the crew..."
by ClivetheRock February 16, 2021
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