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burp the worm

rude slang To masturbate. A term only applied to men. A: "Why is he all embarrassed today?" B: "Oh, his crush walked in on him burping the worm. How horrifying is that?"
See also: burp, worm


and burp
1. in. to bring up stomach gas. (see also belch.) She burped quietly behind her hanky, so no one would notice.
2. n. an upward release of stomach gas. The burp did not go unnoticed.


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and burps
n. liquor; beer. (see also belch.) Did you bring the berps for the party?


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Even if you avoid soda and put the gum away, the occasional burp will surely still slip by.
In some parts of the world, a burp after a meal is a compliment to the cook.
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The creator and star of the ITV hit TV Burp has fronted 11 series of the show over a 10-year period and it has scooped three BAFTA awards, two British Comedy Awards and the coveted Rose D'Or Award at the Montreux International Television Festival.
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Maintaining the delicacy for which this corner is noted, let's just say they produce methane by what we might call a burp from both ends.