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to drink from somebody else's soda or pop by holding the can high, over your mouth and slanting it so that the drink falls right into your mouth without having you touch the can with your mouth; which would be unhygenic
I was so thristy and Mike had a soda. I asked him if I could get a waterfall
by Brizzy Izzy August 07, 2011
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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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Tracing its origins to high school kids in Las Vegas, Nevada, the act of drinking from a friend's soda or water without your lips actually touching the bottle. Share your drink, not your germs.
Hey man, let me waterfall some of that snapple.
by DJ Spin Master Citrus September 04, 2004
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The visual effect created when a person urinates on your forehead which resembles standing behind a waterfall.
My girlfriend gave me a waterfall and it felt like i was in Hawaii.
by Dr. Hans Francois April 18, 2010
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This is when a group of people begin drinking their alcoholic beverage of choice, and the 2nd person in line doesn't stop drinking until the first person stops and the 3rd doesn't stop until the 2nd stops etc.
*such as when playing Kings* Oh shit you pulled an ace, time for a waterfall.
by KWhit10 September 27, 2005
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A smoking device similar to a gravity bong. It involves taking a 20oz bottle and burning a small hole at the bottom. Then attaching a bowl-piece to the cap. One fills the bottle with water (using a thumb to plug the hole), attaches the cap/bowl-piece, lights the substance, and releases their thumb. The water uses gravity to keep the substance lit.
Don't use the sink, I have two waterfalls in the basin.
by Andy Holman October 11, 2005
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