cornhole


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corn·hole 1

 (kôrn′hōl′)
n.
A game, typically played outdoors, in which players toss small bags of dried corn at a sloping, rectangular target with a hole in its upper end.

corn·hole 2

 (kôrn′hōl′) Vulgar Slang
n.
The anus.
v. corn·holed, corn·hol·ing, corn·holes
v.tr.
To insert the penis or an object into the anus of (someone).
v.intr.
To have anal intercourse.

[from cornhole.]
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