brown hole

brown hole

1. n. the anus. (Usually objectionable.) Sam Spade tried to kick Joel Cairo in the brown hole but missed.
2. n. to poke someone in the anus; to goose someone. (Usually objectionable.) Fred brown-holed Tom on the stairway, and they had quite a fight.
See also: brown, hole
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IT may just be a brown hole between Cardiff's green parks and terraced streets - but this industrial site could become a sustainable example across Wales.
Brown holes in these watermelons are suspected to have been made deliberately.
A top official from the Health and Environment Department confirmed that the municipality's inspectors found watermelons with brown holes in them.
Mussabah Al Tunaiji, Director of the Sharjah Municipality in Al Dhaid, said they confiscated 500 watermelons with brown holes from the Central Region.
Of course, they do not have the appeal of green sites, but are we to tolerate brown holes in our cities, continuing to deteriorate while we despoil the countryside?