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stiffy

an erection. He was so tired that a stiffy was out of the question.
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Fold two eggs and two separate egg yolks, 375ml stiffy whipped cream and 125gcaster sugar together and whisk using a machine.
Only the other day, I read the esteemed Middleham trainer Mark Johnston pooh-poohing one of the great incontrovertibilities of horse scrutiny, one of those tenets I had held to be cast in stone and brought down to us from on high: namely that a horse who has a stiffy in the preliminaries can't possibly win.
A Scots drinks firm was banned from advertising its new alcoholic drink with the slogan: 'Have you had a stiffy tonight.
For instance there's a novelty item called Big Stiffy which are just sweets in the shape of pills and retail at pounds 3.
We call him Stiffy because his bones are so stiff,'' El Camino coach Matt LaCour said.
Among her favourites are a yellow labrador retriever called Mimsey and two puppies named Stiffy and Scrummy.
The first work of an inventive young filmmaker, Stiffy has been selected for screening at Montreal's World Film Festival and Ottawa's International Animation Festival in October.
I have a 21-foot pole, a Stiffy Hybrid (80 percent graphite/20 glass) for my 17-foot skiff, for example.
A column called the Spire of Dublin has been erected in her place - though it's been dubbed "the stiffy by the Liffey".
The drinks advertised with the slogan 'Have you had a Stiffy tonight?
In a separate case involving sexual imagery, the ASA has upheld a complaint against a press ad for Stiffys Shots which showed bottles of the brand and the catchline 'Have you had a stiffy tonight?
Jimmy needs to learn how to teach Stiffy the term 'down boy,' '' the announcer says.
Other features include Stiffy pushpole holders, anodized poling platform with SeaDek non-skid surface and a custom aluminum trailer.