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- noun The mouth.
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- noun slang, vulgar
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Look, I really don't expect anything profound to come out of Rush Limbaugh's or any other talk show host's piehole, which is why I switched to sports talk more than a decade ago.
Wonder if they were also wanting to take a cheap shot at that "piehole" girl on the Bud Lite "Drinkability" commercial.
Latest Articles London The Telegraph 2008
So it wasn't exactly Lakers vs. Heat; it was more of a battle of "who should be the one to shut his piehole" after an offseason of rampant yapping.
Lakers get hot, Heat does not ... but it's still a wee bit early Cindy Boren 2010
The difference between Obama and Bush is that Obama has a brain and the Obama policies are not (yet) violating The Constitution so shut your piehole until you can compare apples to apples. w.l. jones
You should shut your piehole until your knowledge can cash the checks your mouth writes.
She said people can choose Marriage as taught in her country (between legally labelled Man and piehole).
If a company, union, political action committee, a homeless person wants to spend his money or open his piehole, he has the right, PERIOD.
At first glance, he seems like a rather impressive chap. Then, he opens his piehole and tells his story.
NEWS December 2010
Senator McConnell, do the majority of Americans a big favor by shutting your piehole, getting out of the way, and allowing the Senate to pass meaningful health care reform.
Hence he can get away with spewing hypocrisy and nonsense out of both sides of his piehole in public with an insouciance that no one else would ever dream of getting away with.