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beaver-cleaver

vulgar slang A penis. "Beaver Cleaver" was a character on the 1950s TV show Leave It to Beaver. "Beaver" is also a slang term for the vagina. Hey, I don't want to see your beaver-cleaver—pull up your pants!

beaver-cleaver

n. the penis. (see also beaver. Also a play on Beaver Cleaver the lead character in the old television show, Leave It to Beaver.) He seemed proud of his beaver-cleaver, as he called it. No one knew why.
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This is fine if you realize that Haskell was the know-it-all neighbor of Beaver Cleaver on "Leave it to Beaver."
It was as if Wally and Beaver Cleaver woke up one morning and decided that Ward and June were idiots.
For those raised in Beaver Cleaver households where the Corporate Lifetime Employment Paradigm was as certain as the Yankees winning the pennant, the lesson of the 1990s has been difficult.
The message: suburbia in its Beaver Cleaver and Ozzie-and-Harriet moments is merely an epidermis of sham comfort, security, and normality; scratch this fragile outer shell and you "reveal" a seething, teeming cauldron of vices, the Smiths and the Joneses secretly, repressively kicking up a storm with booze and pills and sex and death.
(Indeed, does anyone have a family that is not dysfunctional?) Are family values the environment-loving, man-loathing versions of Gore or the Beaver Cleaver family values of Quayle?
As a literary character, Flan is a cross between Beaver Cleaver and Celine's Bardamu; a vicious misanthropy lurks beneath his gee-whiz naivetd.
The exhibit has a mix of serious material such as a painting by artist Bunky Echo-Hawk depicting students in boarding school juxtaposed with a portrait of Beaver Cleaver, as well as art that is playful, such as a fully beaded skateboard, including the wheels, by Angela Sweberg, or a tea party of charming animals in bunny slippers by Julie Buffalohead in her piece "Pity Party."
Bernstein plays Beaver Cleaver to Woodward's Wally, trying to somehow include himself in all the neat activities going on around him.