creamed foreskins

(redirected from foreskin)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

creamed foreskins

n. creamed chipped beef (served on toast). (Military. Usually objectionable.) Oh, boy! It’s creamed foreskins again tonight!
See also: cream
References in periodicals archive ?
The child is generally provided a mild sedative and anesthetic, likely a narcotic, and the doctor then pushes down on the glans while pulling up on the foreskin and amputates the excess foreskin with a sharp scissors.
Preputial variability and preferential association of long phimotic foreskins with penile cancer: an anatomic comparative study of types of foreskin in a general population and cancer patients.
In adults, a tight foreskin can sometimes make sex painful and again circumcision might be offered as a solution.
This, combined with medical experts' growing understanding of the utility of the foreskin, caused a decline in the already limited practice of circumcision within Britain.
Circumcision's protective effect is the result of the removal of the mucosal inner lining of the foreskin, which is vulnerable to HIV infection.
This is when the foreskin gets pulled back over the end of your penis and because it is tight it cuts off the blood supply, causing painful swelling.
Perhaps Moses' wife persuaded him to sacrifice his son's foreskin in lieu of human sacrifice (Exodus; 4:24).
The clamps are the Gomco and Gomco-type clamps and Mogen and Mogentype clamps, which are widely used to remove the foreskin while protecting the glans penis during circumcision.
Lichen sclerosus of the penis occurs almost exclusively in uncircumcised men (those who have not had the foreskin removed).
Catherine of Siena has a stunning vision of marrying Christ not with a gold ring, but with the fleshy band of his circumcised foreskin.
On the other hand, Atlantis has nothing comparable to the barstools aboard Christina, covered as they are with a most exceptional fabric: "the buttery soft - and jarringly expensive - foreskin of the sperm whale penis.
And although the bodies of both Jesus and Mary were believed to have ascended into heaven, that did not stop medieval enterpreneurs from displaying excess bodily fluids such as Jesus' blood or Mary's milk as well as Jesus' milkteeth and foreskin.
A differentiation is made between the conventional medical amputation of the foreskin, from that which is solely ritual, religious-based.
the claim is made that removing the foreskin offers hygienic or medical benefits; we are told that the statistics for cervical cancer among women whose sexual partners have or lack the prepuce indicate such and such.
The engineering technology for skin equivalents has reached the point where cells obtained from one foreskin can be grown to form several hundred square meters of skin equivalent for grafting.