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jack off

1. noun vulgar slang A thoroughly incompetent, foolish, bumbling, or useless person. I can't believe that jack off got elected to the Senate! Get off the road before you kill someone, jack off!
2. verb vulgar slang To masturbate or bring someone to orgasm, especially a male.
3. verb vulgar slang To waste or pass time idly or by doing nothing. Would you quit jackin' off and help me move this sofa out to the truck?
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jack off

v. Vulgar Slang
To masturbate. Used chiefly of males.
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jack off

verb
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After dropping Jack off, the Micra was in a smash with two other cars.
In the early stages of the final, Berry clawed back his handicap to lead 10-9 but, on a fast-running green, trying to take his opponent on longer marks he threw the jack off on more than one occasion which cost him dearly.
Sigsworth had to strike the jack off at the next end to stop Wrathall reaching 20 but he needed to bowl only one wood at the final end to take the title, collect a pounds 250 cheque from David Hirst, the general manager of the Examiner, who sponsored the event, and become a worthy addition to the illustrious band of bowlers whose names are engraved on the handsome Examiner Trophy.
Luckily, someone else can provide an alibi - although viewers may already have crossed Jack off their suspects list.
At 19 across Hennessey had two woods within a foot of the block and Yorkshire county player Hirst was staring defeat in the face until he produced a full-blooded strike to smash the jack off the green.
BEST QUOTE: "If your Uncle Jack helped you off an elephant, would you help your Uncle jack off an elephant.
Mudd was always in front in the final but Ingleby kept battling back, striking the jack off several times and producing some fantastic woods to get back in, but his leading was never quite as tight as Muddy's which proved the difference.
FORECASTS of rain for this weekend's Glastonbury festival haven't put Just Jack off getting his tent out.
The turning point in the semi-final match between McDonagh/Kelly and Hinchliffe/Wilson was when Hinchliffe was 18-14 up and Kelly, with the last wood ran the jack off the green.
Yes, my life is exhausting at the moment - getting up early in the morning, driving to my mum's house, dropping Jack off and having breakfast, then going to work.
TO my list of Living American Legends - Jack off Will & Grace and Chief Wiggum from The Simpsons - I am about to add a new name, George Soros.
He was such an enthusiast that when we, his friends, were going to be in his company we would say, 'Keep Jack off the subject of stewardship and income tax