a) (original meaning) : among winter time lobster and crab fishermen in north america: on a vessel, to close all entrances to the lower decks and crew cabins when you are in a storm
b) (my new and improved meaning): in atlantic canada and new england and in cities such as new york, boston, montreal, halifax, to insulate the doors and windows of one’s house for the winter months.
to batten the hatches definition b), even if it costs a small fortune, is a snow-brainer if you live in canada or the northeastern united states
the act of -ssault and battery on your p-n-s whilst masterbating. i’m sore from baturmasting
i read some of these and i wanted to say that ‘beor’ doesn’t mean b-tch or babe, it just means girl and it isn’t just used in limerick. it’s used all over ireland. i’m irish so don’t -ssume i’m wrong. also, it’s not just a traveller’s word. “hey, beor!” 4 more definitions originally from the […]
- billygoat nipple
when a chick has much hair growing all around the areola of her nipple i got hairs in my mouth after sucking on her d-mn billygoat nipples
- Boat the Scrote
when you motorboat a mans ball sack. we hooked up last night bro and i asked her to boat the scr-t-.
a female name in eastern europe. it’s origin dates back to around 1100-1200 a.d.in early russian villages. the term “bogdana” was given to a low level prost-tute who would charge too much money for her inadequate services. this was punishable by public humiliation. a guilty bogdana (or male bogdan) would have to stand on a […]