kenosha creamer aka wisconsin cream puff… if there is one thing people in wisconsin like its dairy products, big cows, and sausage of european origin. using native wisconsian skills developed by milking cows and handling kielbasa, this low impact endeavor can be implemented by the young and old alike. the naked man on hands and knees with his milk maiden carefully positioned below his man udder, mouth open readily waiting to recieve the steamy, creamy treat. using the inherent milking apt-tude native to these parts, the women skillfully fills her creamer a.k.a. mouth. degree of difficulty can be increased by having the women sing the state song “oh wisconsin” or by playing polka music to add native ambience. add some expresso and you’ve got yourself a kenosha cappuccino.
john knew he had an experienced chick on his hands when she suggested they do the kenosha creamer
a jewish lesbian on the day of her batmizvah it became evident that sophie would one day grow up to be a proud kikendike.
in a nutsh-ll, klaire-bear is so funny she can make herself laugh, though can be a bit too friendly when drunk but all in all; a nice gal. those who truly know her, know she means well. ^ this other definition of “klaire” ^ is clearly reserved for a certain someone that is not this […]
perducci’s bodyguard in the movie “dangeresque 1: dangeresque, too?”. played extremely well by strong mad. staring strong bad…dangeresque homestar…dangeresque, too? coach z…renaldo the king of town…perducci strong sad…p-sserby strong mad…killingyouguy marzipan…cutesy b-ttons the cheat…istanbul
kimak means m-th-rf-ck-r in local sarawak malaysia slang… kau ya nang kimak! (you are m-th-rf-ck-r aint u) in local sarawak malay language, kimak origins from the phrase “puki mak” which means mother’s v-g-n-. however, “kimak” has been widely use as “motherf-cker”, laki has been explaimed by dezznuts_o2. the usage of “kimak” is more as an […]
one who hails from any town, city, country, etc. named macomb, specifically people hailing from macomb, il. (plural is macomoes) look at that group of macomoes over there. they must hail from macomb, il.