shoot (one's) load

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shoot (one's) load

1. To lose or spend all of one's money or to use all of one's resources, especially too quickly and all at once. My Las Vegas trip was short lived—I shot my load at the poker table in the first two hours! It just felt like the film shot its load with that massive spectacle early on, because it never got as interesting again.
2. vulgar Of a man, to ejaculate semen during an orgasm. Please stop talking about shooting your load. I don't want that image.
See also: load, shoot
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We have five videographers working with the three camcorders and handling a heavy shoot load of player and coach interviews, and documentary-style features about the players on and off the field," he continued.
A friend said: "Mel has been offered the Playboy shoot loads of times but always said no.
While the Ermine is a sixgun designed to shoot loads tailored to yield 800 fps to 900 fps with 250 gr.
If you start hitting it badly out there you are going to shoot loads.