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butt·hole

 (bŭt′hōl′)
n. Vulgar Slang
1. The anus.
2. A contemptible or detestable person.
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MUSIC Viagra Boys are a gnarly 7-piece post-punk band from Stockholm for fans of Butthole Surfers and Pi**ed Jeans.
I organised a second litter pick, this time on Butthole Lane, one person came to help and we still managed to collect eight bags of rubbish, and bottles and a tyre!" A third litter pick, this time along Butthole Lane, in March saw three volunteers join Gill and Zak and they managed to collect 16 bags of rubbish, six car tyres, two push bike tyres, half a child's scooter and an exhaust pipe for good measure!
These guys were a legendary Seattle band, and I snuck into bars to see them play with the likes of the Mentors and the Butthole Surfers (they played a bunch of all ages gigs, too, with the likes of Dead Kennedys and Agent Orange).
A fifth chapter gives an overview of the 1980s onward, focusing primarily on the Butthole Surfers and concluding with issues surrounding psychedelic EDM (electronic dance music).
"You want to hear that Ted Danson is a butthole, but he's the greatest human alive.
(For some reason, "The butthole" isn't a sufficient answer.) As a society, we've pathologized promiscuity.
"'Cuz California's got that tight little socialist butthole," Sarge says.
Much like our experience with Christeene's show Trigger, performed in what she calls "the butthole of a castle"; too amazing for words.
Yes, someone has found a solution to that unsightly pet butthole.
"The Catacombs: A Temple of the Butthole" is Gayle Rubin's (1991/2011) essay about a key institution in San Francisco's gay male leather club and party circuit of the 1970s, one of the era's Great Parties, which began in 1975 in the back of Steve McEachern's Victorian basement as a gift to his lover.