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bunny hug

1. A sweatshirt with a hood and large front pockets. The term is not used outside the province of Saskatchewan in Canada. Primarily heard in Canada. I love this bunny hug, it's so warm and comfortable.
2. A ballroom dance characterized by a syncopated, ragtime rhythm, popular in the US in the early 1900s. Primarily heard in US, South Africa. Although it's not as popular as other dances anymore, I still enjoy doing the bunny hug.
See also: bunny, hug

bear hug

A strong and often immobilizing type of embrace. Jane was so excited to see her dad for the first time since his military deployment, she ran to him, wrapped her arms around him, and gave him a long bear hug.
See also: bear, hug

commode-hugging drunk

Sl. heavily alcohol intoxicated; drunk and vomiting. Willie got commode-hugging drunk in the space of two hours.
See also: drunk

a bear hug

an action in which you put your arms tightly around someone and hold them close to you in order to show them affection Her cousin gave her an affectionate bear hug which almost took her breath away.
See also: bear, hug

commode-hugging drunk

mod. heavily alcohol intoxicated; drunk and vomiting. I could tell by the sounds coming from the bathroom that Ernie had come home commode-hugging drunk again.
See also: drunk

hug the porcelain god(dess)

and hug the throne
tv. to vomit; to vomit while holding on to the toilet seat. By “hug the porcelain god” I assume you are referring to vomiting into the toilet bowl? The girls drank a lot of beer and two of them spent the night hugging the porcelain god.
See also: goddess, hug, porcelain

hug the throne

verb
See also: hug, throne

hug the porcelain god

verb
See also: god, hug, porcelain
References in classic literature ?
And he not only patted their Royal escort, but even hugged him round the neck in the exuberance of his delight.
He hugged the shore where the current was less strong.
High up among the branches of a mighty tree she hugged the shrieking infant to her bosom, and soon the instinct that was as dominant in this fierce female as it had been in the breast of his tender and beautiful mother--the instinct of mother love--reached out to the tiny man-child's half-formed understanding, and he became quiet.
They sought out the painted misery and hugged it as akin.
James Dillingham Young came home and reached his flat above he was called "Jim" and greatly hugged by Mrs.
But she hugged them to her bosom, and at length she was able to look up with dim eyes and a smile and say: "My hair grows so fast, Jim
The picture Gabriel had drawn, indeed, threatened serious consequences, and would indubitably have led to them, but luckily at that moment a light footstep crossed the threshold, and Dolly, running in, threw her arms round her old father's neck and hugged him tight.
Dolly hugged her father as has been already stated, and having hugged her mother also, accompanied both into the little parlour where the cloth was already laid for dinner, and where Miss Miggs-- a trifle more rigid and bony than of yore--received her with a sort of hysterical gasp, intended for a smile.
In August, he hugged the crown prince of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan, inspiring some droll memes.
This year again, he threw a lavish party which brought the two formidable Khans together and the two made news as they cordially hugged.
45pm at the end of my daily show in the Edinburgh Festival, Bob Slayer joined me as I hugged audience members as they left the venue, then me and Bob embraced in our 25-hour hug attempt.
Amma has hugged 33 million people all over the world.
Many others have instituted "appropriate hugging" policies, backed up with instruction for staff, on how children should be hugged from the side.
Jesus hugged children, embraced cripples and kissed lepers.
Last week a total stranger hugged me when I changed a fiver for him.