meat rack

meat rack

A typically public place where one goes to find potential sexual partners. Primarily heard in US. Our student bar is the college's meat rack on the weekends. It seems like everyone I know has hooked up with at least one person there. Everyone knows that the clubs on Leeson Street are just meat racks for single people.
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There's also an island unit with granite work surface and drawer storage below, inset ceiling spotlights and a meat rack with lighting.
The lodge directly behind the meat rack is still quite white on the outside and may have been relatively new, as were the very long poles not yet worn short by dragging.
You'll find some down-home honky tonk country on Sunday when Zach Bryson and The Meat Rack ambles into Sam Bond's Garage.
I also sent for the hardcover recipe book, cake and bake pan, and meat rack.
Last week we highlighted the cheap publicity stunt for a new play at Warwick University in the form of a poster showing a young woman hanging from a meat rack with animal carcasses.
When a private club known as the Meat Rack closed in March 1996, residents breathed a sigh of relief.
Regal includes a nonstick drip pan with its rotisserie, as well as a poultry tower, meat rack, kabob rack with eight skewers and an adjustable basket for stuffed chops and other small meat items.
Clearly, the supermarket meat rack was due for a change.
Lay the slices on a meat rack or on the oven rack with a drip pan or heavy duty foil underneath it.
And, with Noel's House Party being trounced in the ratings by ITV's meat rack (aka Blind Date), the BBC are rumoured to be looking around for a freakish replacement.
Spray the dry roasting pan, meat rack and meat thermometer with no-stick cooking spray.
She led the efforts at the meat racks to cut and dry it for pansawan (drymeat).