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- v. Present participle of jill.
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Murgatroyd having set the fore-topmast staysail and swung the head yards; and now, with the mate in the weather mizen rigging to con the ship through the terrific sea that was running, we were "jilling" along down toward the wreck, which, from the height of the poop, now showed on the horizon line whenever we both happened to top a surge at the same moment.
(In the sex positive community, "jilling off" is often used for female masturbation instead of the masculine "jacking off".)
Harperson is probably jilling off to it as we speak.
Good marrams, sagd he, freshwatties and boasterdes all, as he put into bierhiven, nogeysokey first, cabootle segund, jilling to windwards, as he made straks for that oerasound the snarsty weg for Publin, so was his horenpipe lug in the lee off their mouths organs, with his tilt too taut for his tammy all a slaunter and his wigger on a wagger with its tag tucked.
For my part, I am fully vaccinated on the traditional vaccine schedule, pretty much all of the vaccines I had were the pre-anti-vaxxer version, and I am healthy, non-autistic, and quite irate that you idiots don't look into autism research outside of your own jacking and jilling off about your hatred of vaccines.
In high school, I’d have rather died than admit I jilled off, let alone admit the frequency of said jilling off!
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