heavy breather

heavy breather

n
1. a person who breathes stertorously or with difficulty
2. an anonymous telephone caller who imitates such sounds, as being suggestive of sexual excitement
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The Breakout also employs the 1801cc Screamin' Eagle V-twin, with black blunt-cut mufflers and Heavy Breather Elite intake.
Honestly, I'm praying for a heavy breather just to break it up.
The effect must have been that of a heavy breather because just after I start the next record I get a phone call from a concerned listener wondering if Hannibal Lecter has replaced me.
From day one he's been a heavy breather but it doesn't seem to affect him.
If you put me in a commentary box I would sound like a heavy breather.
He didn't introduce himself, there were long pauses in his sales pitch (I thought that I had a heavy breather on the line) and, with the greatest respect, I could hardly understand his accent.
Paul's heavy breather in the bracken with a housemaid almost landed him in big trouble.
Nowhere in this film do we see why this cute little tyke is destined to become cinema's most famous heavy breather.
It doesn't take much - a phone call in the middle of the night from a heavy breather as it happens - to send her into a flat spin.
The heavy breather played by David Prowse and voiced by James Earl Jones in the three original Star Wars films fought off contenders including Psycho's Norman Bates to top the poll of 100 film bad guys.
They are attracted to heavy breathers, those with lot of skin bacteria, pregnant ladies and people with aACAyO' blood group," explained Ramkumar.