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meathooks

slang One's hands, especially when used clumsily, oafishly, or inappropriately. Typically said of a man's hands. Get your damn meathooks off of me—who do you think you are? I can never open tiny clasps like this with these giant meathooks of mine.

meathooks

n. the hands. (see also hooks. These are hooks made of meat, i.e., flesh and bone.) Get your meathooks off my car!
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"But when someone's got big old meathooks and crams it in there and stretches out the finger holes, that ticks me off."
The Italians cut out the paperwork by displaying Mussolini upside down on meathooks. In 1989, the Romanians gave themselves a festive bonus by summarily shooting Nicolae Ceausescu (andhis wife) on Christmas day.
Soon enough, we're introduced to Leatherface himself, who goes about picking off each screaming teen one by one with the help of some meathooks and his trusty chainsaw.
After I pried his meathooks from me, I turned around and gave him a look that expressed what could only otherwise be communicated with an open palm.
Go to the Spree, to the Havel, go to the meathooks, the red apple stakes from Sweden-- Here comes the gift table, it turns around an Eden-- The man became a sieve, the Frau had to swim, the sow, for herself, for no one, for everyone-- The Landwehr Canal won't make a murmur.
Finally, the lovers were hung upside down on meathooks in a garage forecourt.
On this show, he'll be attempting to beat his own record by suspending himself from 10 meathooks pushed through his flesh.
For three days Doopeyduk is "hung by meathooks" as the entire student body of his university, the mayor of Harry Sam, and even his parents congregate to observe his punishment for defying the old political order.
The slaughter house image is reinforced by a row of meathooks hanging above the stage just upstage of the curtain lines; at the end of Mauser, the greatcoats of the executed will be hoisted up along this row.
On its outskirts, at the Wannsee conference of 1942, the Nazi leaders concocted the plan to exterminate the Jews of Europe; in the Ploetzensee prison, Klausing, von Hase, Hoepner, and the rest of the Kreisau Circle who had tried to kill Hitler were hanged from meathooks. Taking the practical GI view of the period, Paul Fussell observes in his essay "Thank God For the Atom Bomb," that
Kane (no first name) is the brute in wrestling trunks who elbowed out another muscle-bound grappler, Matt Hardy, to get his meathooks on the zaftig Lita (no last name), cementing the tie with a very public "marriage" performed during a "WWE Raw" episode on Spike last month.
LEGAL phrasing about the execution of religious leaders, or the killing of the Barzani clan, masks the pits filled with dead children, the ravaged villages, the bodies on meathooks and the bloody ear nailed to a wall that a colleague of mine found in a Ba'athist police station.
The kitchen was relocated to the front of the house and the old kitchen, now with a boiler in its range recess, still has its quarry tiled floor and storeroom with old meathooks.
Twenty years ago his eyelids were so swollen that he was blind to the meathooks that hung from the ceiling and the surgeons dodging nightly bombardments.