from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. The testicles.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • 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 New Liberal Bloc : Law is Cool

  • The time has come, therefore, for us to administer a smart kick in the State's goolies.

    Archive 2008-01-13

  • 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.

    Dear Iggy,

  • This story might just grab you by the goolies and stroke your tears out softly.

    Sita Sings the Blues | clusterflock

  • 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.

    [climate of suspicion] versus sensible precautions

  • Also, I wish I knew who did so I could kick them in the goolies.

    Rewrites -- the manuscript strikes back


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.