Definitions

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  • n. A gathering with many more men than women.

Etymologies

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From the similarity of the human penis to a sausage.

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  • Weiner Denies Attending Sausage Party.

    October 3, 2011

  • and hereby is born the to-be-well-known salutation of departure:

    "Godspeed and may life give you sausages"

    October 3, 2011

  • If life gives you sausages...

    October 3, 2011

  • I was going to mention sausage fest; I think sausage party has a better connotation....Then there is the lemon party...

    October 2, 2011

  • I think this happened on sausage fest some time ago.

    September 28, 2011

  • Let's start with bilby's generously large oears.

    *munches thoughtfully while looking up transubstantiation and consubstantiation*

    September 28, 2011

  • you're something of a hotdog, aren't you?

    September 28, 2011

  • Mmmmm, bite mœ!

    September 28, 2011

  • I love oestrogen foest--all those little baskets full of jelly beans and chocolate bilbies.

    September 28, 2011

  • A more parallel equivalent is (please forgive me) clambake. The more common hen party and stag party exploit a less anatomical (and less comestible) metaphor.

    September 28, 2011

  • Not to be confused with estrogen fest. Or, if you're British, an oestrogen foest.

    September 28, 2011

  • P.S. (Regarding yarb’s rhetorical citation): Although it’s in no way a scientific sample, Crispian Jago and Neil Davies’ Skeptic Trumps deck surely includes the most prominent members of the “New Athiest” movement. (There might be one or two theists hiding in there.) A quick visual scan suggests that, were you making quotas, you’d want to start with race, not sex. Perhaps it’s a Vienna sausage party.

    September 28, 2011

  • I applaud Wiktionary for having the cojones to include an etymology.

    September 28, 2011

  • "So, is new-style atheism the sausage party that media coverage would suggest?"

    - Why the New Atheism is a boys' club, guardian.co.uk, 26-9-11.

    September 27, 2011