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blow job

n
a slang term for fellatio

blow′ job`


n.
Vulgar Slang.
an act or instance of fellatio.
[1940–45]
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You point out that early teens and pre-teens were playing spin the bottle 30 years ago, while today boys are getting girls to give them blow jobs behind schools for money.
You might also see Warhol's Blow Job as a direct ancestor of Martin Creed's Sex video now playing at Ikon's main gallery, though the 1960s avant-garde was more inhibited - Warhol's film focuses exclusively on the recipient's face.
Far from it: Pic's eventual portrait of Truman, Farraday, Eleanor and Blow Job living in the perma-cold without much to do, but with plenty to smoke, exudes observed experience.
Intimidated by the officer's race (African American) and an impending thunderstorm, Allen says he did what any other conservative heterosexual male would do: offer the strange man $20 and a blow job.
According to its narrator, a high school outcast, this high-energy complicated story includes "a mystery woman, a devil head, a blow job, and rock and roll," among other things that open up "the craziest can of worms.
Even the horses in the parade ring seem particularly perky, a fact possibly related to the comment in the racecard for number 11, Mirpour, in the Guinness (see above) Galway Hurdle, which reads: "Had a good blow job here on Monday.
His thesis advisor suggested that he focus on where "the average guy goes to get a blow job.
Later in the evening several other persons in the platoon were talking and laughing about Ybarra and Green killing a girl to get a blow job.
The first factory films were minimalist embodiments of this, and Blow Job is one of the best known, although it is more of an idea hovering in the ether than a film that anyone has actually seen.
Lo's tune played in the background, Shepard said the song is, "all about how she's a neighborhood girl at heart, but folks from that street in New York, the Bronx section, sound more likely to give her a curb job than a blow job.
Nevertheless, his expansive use of such words as hell, shit, asshole, jerk, and blow job for more innocuous-sounding Japanese terms gives the translation a far racier and slangier tone overall than that of the original.
Wolf mentions the fundamental contradiction of the blow job, what you might call the Liz Phair Problem: the giver may feel powerful and in control, but that doesn't mean the receiver cares about her erotic agency.