monkey climb

monkey climb

n
(Wrestling) a wrestling throw in which a contestant seizes his or her opponent's arms or neck, places his feet on the opponent's stomach, and falls backwards, straightening the legs and throwing the opponent over his or her head
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They're going to try to make the monkey climb, I believe.
After a little warm-up, the children go right into a series of drills with kid-friendly names, including the alligator roll, bear walk, bumper cars, croc crawl, horse ride, monkey climb, pow pow (on a balloon) and tiger's tail.
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For example, a child who correctly pronounces the consonant "S" sees a monkey climb a palm tree and drop a coconut.
Speaking in the style of mad Eric himself, Laverty told the movie-goers: ''The higher a monkey climbs, the more you can see his a**e.
To be sure, there are wistful moments, when former chiefs lament their visibility, as when James Baker notes that "the higher the monkey climbs, the more you see of his behind" (pp.
when the monkey climbs up the tree, you always see his ass.
We're told the higher the monkey climbs, the more he shows his ass.
Gerald Ford, advises them to keep a sense of humor and remember the old saying: "The higher a monkey climbs, the more you see his behind.