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blow job

slang An act of oral sex performed on a male.
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blow job

n. an act of fellatio. (Usually objectionable.) The hustler knew very well what the expression “blow job” meant.
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In this sense, Blow Job is a battleground of identity and language.
His thesis advisor suggested that he focus on where "the average guy goes to get a blow job.
I care a lot more about [homeless children] than if the president gets a blow job.
As I read this, I thought the most powerful politician in the world wasn't kidding on August 17, when he looked us in the eye, blamed Ken Starr for his blow job problems, and said he needed to get back to the work of the American people.
1963 Blow Job, Teem's face suggests that he's enjoying some offscreen sexual stimulation.
Laughs] I like gay bars better than straight bars because you don't feel like you have to trade a blow job for a drink.
Although the one guy does have a classic line, "A blow job's a blow job.
After all, not even Marion Barry could top getting a blow job in the Oval Office.
She claimed Sinclair, 64, dreamt of being first lady and thought she and her husband "belonged to the caste of the masters of the world", once even telling her: "There is no harm in getting a blow job from a cleaning lady.
Blow Job, 2006, still) from a three-channel color video.
My first blow job was from a man, but I didn't know it was a man.
It seems White was arrested last summer for allegedly offering twenty dollars to a fourteen-year-old boy in a Philadelphia suburb for permission to give the lad a blow job.
Ice Cube -- "This is the longest blow job in the history of America.
This dry-as-possible depiction of a blow job is pointedly completed with a 0, that graphic symbol we have been cross-culturally trained to read as "not allowed.