melvins


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give (one) a melvin

To yank one's underwear up from behind until it is wedged between their buttocks, typically done as a prank; to give one a wedgie. I these pants I'm wearing are giving me a melvin while I walk. The group of bullies gave him such a bad melvin that he could barely walk.
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melvin

A maneuver in which someone's underwear is yanked up from behind until it is wedged between their buttocks, typically as a prank; a wedgie. I don't know if it's the pants I'm wearing or the underwear, but I keep getting a melvin while I walk. The group of bullies gave him such a bad melvin that he could barely walk.

melvin

(ˈmɛlvən)
1. n. a studious or unattractive male. (Teens and collegiate.) Do you think I would go out with that melvin?
2. n. a situation where one’s underpants ride up high between the buttocks. (see also give someone a melvin.) How could anybody go around all day with a melvin like that?
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Also how the fair bride was married from the house of Hamilton Veneering, Esquire, of Stucconia, and was given away by Melvin Twemlow, Esquire, of Duke Street, St James's, second cousin to Lord Snigsworth, of Snigsworthy Park.
As the parents of three daughters - ages 6, 4, and 2 - the Melvins wanted to spread a family-friendly message, and they are doing so by marketing shirts with expressions such as "So proud to be Mom" and "My hero.
The space still includes the salon's sinks, but the Melvins blocked off the sinks and converted the majority of the space into their first store.
LUNENBURG - Inspired by their love for their children, Danielle and Joshua Melvin of Lunenburg took a leap of faith and started a business, Family First Apparel, selling T-shirts that promote the importance of family.
Melvin, 29, came up with the idea while watching her two older girls at play outside.
Picture with yer ears the Melvins locking elbows with Prong, and hard-stepping around the pit at a Helmet show.
How did you get hooked up to tour with the Melvins?
Monday morning, the Melvins handed Alcorn a $175 check - along with a new chain and lock - and by early afternoon, he had his new trailer purchased, assembled and ready to go.
Tom Melvin and his wife, Katy, who own Tom and Katy's 76 Service at 11 Coburg Road in Eugene, contacted Alcorn over the weekend and volunteered to foot the bill for a replacement trailer.
Melvin said he and his wife leapt to help after reading about Alcorn's plight in Saturday's newspaper, moved by his willingness to help others less fortunate than himself.
"When I met him, I said, `I want to shake your hand - you're a hero,' " Melvin said.
Look carefully at the Melvins' new CD, "Hostile Ambient Takeover," and you'll see that something is not quite right.
Nor does he envision the new Melvins CD getting played on the radio.
The Melvins return to Eugene on Saturday for an all-ages show at the Wild Duck.
While the Melvins continue to grow their global audience one fan at a time, the trio has already secured its place in rock history.