4th point of contact

a military term used to described your -ss. comes from paratrooper training. when you land after a jump, you hit the ground and roll. this causes your 1st poc to be the b-lls of your feet. 2nd poc is your calves. 3rd poc is your back of your thigh. 4th poc is you -ss, and 5th point of contact is your shoulder blade.
the idiot who listed 5th point of contact with a similar definition needs to get his head out of his 4th point of contact.

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