- n. slang, UK The testicles.
“I’d like to see him protecting his goolies from the sun with a metal disk. cak |”
“It's actually "Tropical the island breeze," which is pretty dull by comparison, although no doubt a relief to those of you who have goolies.”
“In Madonna's La Isla Bonita, she seems to sing, "Chop the goolies, island breeze.”
“So he poked the opposition in the eye, kicked them in the goolies, and for good measure tried to steal their lunch money.”
“The time has come, therefore, for us to administer a smart kick in the State's goolies.”
“You, being too clever by half, thought you could avoid the coalition nonsense and pwn Harper's goolies by getting the Cons to put together a Liberalish budget that you could support.”
“This story might just grab you by the goolies and stroke your tears out softly.”
“Then, with the election in the bag, you have five years to kick it well and truly in the goolies.”
“The average father would no more touch his child than cut off his own goolies but in not being able to have contact with his child in a normal way, the child starts getting paranoid at the withholding of love and that is a major danger in this day and age.”
“Also, I wish I knew who did so I could kick them in the goolies.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘goolies’.
Mostly, the cant words come from my reprint of Francis Grose's 1785 dictionary of 'The Vulgar Tongue', while the more modern slang has been found at various online sources, e.g. this online diction...
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"All the words and phrases included in this guide are those that have been used by patients during consultations and have been included to assi...
Please note these aren't all *strictly* testicle terms, but include other... uh... nearby parts.
Also, an interesting quote can be found here, and another on...
Looking for tweets for goolies.