a tool utilized in medieval europe to punish those who commit sodomy, heracy, etc.
this pearshaped tool with spikes is inserted into one of said victim’s orfices and via a screw is cranked open, causing severe internal mutilation.
at first the pear can be pleasureful…but not for long.
a person who is extremely tiny on top, but has a ginormous lower area.
person 1: i met jonathan for the first time while he was sitting. i thought he was a small dude. then he stood up and i was like d-mn i now know where all the food went!!
person 2: i know man, he is the pear, i wonder when the last time he even saw his p-n-s was!
- the section
place at high school where all the potheads smoke up and blaze. also many fights take place there. usually a distance from the school lets go smoke up in the section on third lunch u dirty m-f-
- the shed
a large, overweight woman that lurks in the shadows with dire need to grab at any piece of man candy possible. reguardless of your weight, size, etc; one should stay away from the shed, if he has any reputation whatsoever. once you visit the shed, you are dead. “the shed tried to grab my p-n-s […]
- The Smee
while having s-x one says to not stop them, immediately followed by insisting they stop them, immediately followed by punching, calling them smee each time they are told what to do. to perform the smee, you say during s-x, “don’t try to stop me smee, don’t try to stop me….smee, try to stop me, smee […]
- The snarlax
a mythical creature slayed in th 1700s by the cahokia indians in missouri. the snarlax was buried face down in a india burial ground in st.louis. a hospital was later erected on the burial ground. it is rumored that on the 200 year anniversary of his death on a full moon he will possess children […]
- The Subway Test
the subway test is a test you can conduct on any person you find attractive. simply imagine that person working at your local subway (feel free to subst-tute subway with you preferred convenience store) and if that person is still ‘hot’ then you know any attraction is not likely to be clouded by other factors. […]