Grape to raisin

a t-st-cl- party trick. with scr-t-m exposed, one will grasp firmly either t-st-cl-, and say to the audience “see? grape!” he then pushes it through the grasp in his hand, only holding onto the wrinkled scrotom that was previously stretched tight around the t-st-cl- (the result resembling a hairy raisin), which is his cue to tell his audience “now it’s a raisin!”. usually done while drunk and on ritilan. originated in bloomsburg pa in the mid-1990’s
who wants to see grape to raisin? and have you ever seen my grandfather’s watch?

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