nowadays mouseplay means to take a breather from work and to escape your boss it comes from the popular expression “when the cat’s is away, the mice will play.”
mouseplay stems from the original usage by shakespeare in ‘henry the fifth,’ in 1599 – “playing the mouse in absence of the cat” (act 1, scene 2, page 6, line 195). older versions include the latin proverb – “dum felis dormit, mus gaudet et exsi litantro” – ‘when the cat sleep, the mouse rejoices and exits the hole’ and the french version – “ou chat na rat regne” –
‘where there is no cat, the rat is king’
verb – i was mouseplaying today…meaning i “fake worked” and took some personal time
sarinya is the type of person who will make you laugh even when your down. she is stunning and friendly. she is very hyper and very small. you would be the luckiest person ever if you get to be friends with her. she is always there for you no matter what. i can’t explain how […]
- n a f t a
notha afternoon f-ckin that -ss! me: mm that was so good baby him: u wanna n.a.f.t.a me: h-ll yea
- hamburger mouth
after completing oral stimulation on your partner’s -n-s, having fecal matter on your lips. man, after tossing that girl’s salad i ended up with hamburger mouth.
an all round girl who is so amazing and lovable. she’s just too good, i bet she’s an eseohe
- the flobo flapper flopper
a vicious berating or beating deserving of someone hilariously inept at flobo. there won’t be a next time, unable! like, hit the road before we put you through the flobo flapper flopper!