from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Inflatable; able to be blown up.
- n. An explosion (physical or emotional).
- n. An enlargement (e.g. of a photo).
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A scolding; a quarrel.
- n. One of the rooms in a sugar-refinery, usually on the top floor, where the raw sugar is first melted.
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What about two men who simultaneously penetrate separate orifices of a blow-up doll?
John Herbison: What about two men who simultaneously penetrate separate orifices of a blow-up doll?
"We have several large industrial clients with billion dollar deals in the wings, which will get finalized as long as rates remain intact and barring any unforeseen geopolitical blow-up," he said.
His blow-up doll gets a lot og attention, though ..
There were Christmas trees and candy canes, blow-up Santas, snow globes, snowmen.
Last month, he hung out at an online forum for blow-up doll enthusiasts long enough to discover "iDollator," a person with a fetish for dolls.
About 20 men raced down the half-kilometer river course floating on blow-up sex dolls.
If affording a man who was caught in the act of trying to blow-up a plane the constitutional protections afforded American citizens means that he may go free then we really need to re-visit these constitutional protections.
Almost everyone kept a safe distance anyway, after her blow-up earlier at the staff meeting.
For the old lady, she must blow-up a crowded coffee shop on a Sunday; the loser must "protect" a little girl from an unknown danger; the father of a terminally ill boy must kill another child to save his own; and the nun, disturbingly, must get pregnant.