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jism

and chism and gism and gizzum and jizz and jizzum
n. semen. (Usually objectionable.) This weird doctor took a sample of my gizzum and put it on a microscope slide.

jizz

verb
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Its long shabby tertials and the sandy worn plumage of an adult bird mean laymen (and women) often mistake this lovely little passerine for a sparrow, but once it takes flight and calls, the grace and jizz of a typical lark are evident.
Naturally, we were more inclined to the latter and from a multitude of starters (seven actually), I found the idea of shallot tart tatin with balsamic jizz irresistible.
I think of jizz as the "organism-as-a-whole" for a bird.
Plates 46 (bustards and cranes) and 73-77 (terns) especially look old-fashioned, have little detail, and misrepresent the birds' jizz with short legs and large heads and bills.
Spotters who recognise the Purple Emperor's distinctive jizz (the pattern made by the butterfly's idiosyncrasies of flight and demeanour) can consider their's a good day's work.
More likely, "jazz" comes from either jass or jizz, which means 'semen' (the original piano music was common to houses of prostitution).
The first two shorts, "The Jizz Party" and "Delivering Coco," feature the continuing exploits of characters Evie and Coco, played by Jack Plotnick (Gods and Monsters, Meet the Fockers) and Clinton Leupp (Miss Coco Peru of TRICK) in deliciously camp drag.
Representational jizz is obviously jazzing, as tadpoles of gold-paint love juice swim across several of the hoodies, past the paintings' borders, and onto the wall between, linking everything in a spermatic daisy chain.