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whiskey dick

1. n. a penis exhibiting impotence, as from too much alcohol. Well, it looks like a case of whiskey dick.
2.  a limp windsock at an airport. There’s a whiskey dick over there on the right, so it looks like we can go in.
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whiskey tenor

n. a strained tenor. Four whiskey tenors do not a barbershop quartet make.
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He looked at me with his dull grey eyes, and then took some more whiskey.
The same evening, however, they learned that a writ had been issued against Pierre Dorion for his whiskey debt, by Mr.
The good dame had remained sulky ever since, whereupon Pierre, seeing no other mode of exorcising the evil spirit out of her, and being, perhaps, a little inspired by whiskey, had resorted to the Indian remedy of the cudgel, and before his neighbors could interfere, had belabored her so soundly, that there is no record of her having shown any refractory symptoms throughout the remainder of the expedition.
He poured himself out some whiskey and water, and slowly drank it.
Harrison, you can put the whiskey and soda on the side, anyhow, then you can wait for me in my room.
If you don't mind, Ronnie, I will finish this letter while he brings the whiskey and soda," Sir Alfred said.
Presently Harrison returned with the whiskey and soda.
Bettles, a glass of whiskey in hand, climbed back on his chair, and swaying back and forth, sang the one song he knew:-
The Virgin wanted to kiss him, and, fuddled slightly though he was with the whiskey, he saw his way out without compromising with the apron-string.
His hand trembled as with a palsy, especially noticeable when he poured his whiskey, though I never knew him to spill a drop.
They gathered up scraps of food which had touched his lips, an empty whiskey bottle, a cocoanut from which he had drunk, and even his spittle, and performed all kinds of deviltries over them.
Why, I've seen Kentuckians who hated whiskey, Virginians who weren't descended from Pocahontas, Indianians who hadn't written a novel, Mexicans who didn't wear velvet trousers with silver dollars sewed along the seams, funny Englishmen, spendthrift Yankees, cold-blooded Southerners, narrow- minded Westerners, and New Yorkers who were too busy to stop for an hour on the street to watch a one-armed grocer's clerk do up cranberries in paper bags.
I was fatuously full of my own late tremors and present relief; and my first idiotic act was to spill some whiskey and squirt the soda-water all over in my anxiety to do instant justice to the occasion.
Did you ever notice how good you felt when the sun come out after a week of cloudy weather, Well, that sunshine was just like a jolt of whiskey.
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