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bunghole

1. The mouth. I'll punch him right in the bunghole if he doesn't stop spreading such nasty rumors.
2. vulgar slang The anus.

bunghole

1. n. the mouth. I’ve heard enough out of you! Shut your bunghole!
2. n. the anus. (Usually objectionable.) She tripped and fell down on her bunghole.
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If you're using a barrel, fill it to within an inch of the bunghole. Until now, the wine has been in contact with air, and that's been beneficial.
Furthermore, if the bunghole is sealed with a silicone bung to ensure an airtight seal, the rate of oxygen entry is 45 mg/L per year.
Don Corson, winemaker and owner of Camaraderie Cellars, developed the bung to provide an effective and stylish bunghole stopper.
After a barrel is filled, a staff member inserts a plastic bladder through the bunghole. The bladder is connected with a glass tube fixture containing a mixture of citric acid, sulfur dioxide and water.
The area around the tree is soon redolent with vanilla and the spice of American oak, and the stump smells like the bunghole of a new American oak barrel that's just been rinsed with hot water.
Lane said the company also developed an expanding bung to ensure the bunghole is sealed tight for spinning.
Following the ozone rinse, cellar workers gas each barrel with sulfur dioxide and insert a paper cup in the bunghole for storage.
The tube slides right through the bunghole and allows the winemaker to add incremental dosages of oak to wine over time.
To check the temperature of the must he slides a thermometer through the bunghole. One of Jeffrey's barrels has a Plexiglas head that allows him to watch fermentation.
A number of schemes have been developed to allow winemakers to add wood to barrels through the bunghole and easily retrieve them: Most can only be used once.
A tight-head drum comes with two threaded "bungholes." Remove the threaded caps to provide ventilation.
And she's a force of nature on Twitter; the day I caught her she had just fired off this gem: "spam blocking all repiglican dim wits who suck brown bankster bungholes. #FUN"
With a 7/8" (22mm) probe, it can clean tanks with even smaller bungholes. Ideal for keg and drum cleaning, the system cleans tanks up to 12 ft.
After he had eaten half a can of pork and egg yolks, the boy laid his head back on the rain-sogged ground, hurtfully wrenched his head out of his helmet, closed his eyes, let his mind empty out from a thousand bungholes, and fell almost instantly asleep.
The standard bung fits most bungholes, while an optional bung with lock fingers can provide even more stability.