cornhole

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cornhole

1. noun An outdoor game in which players try to toss beanbags into the hole in a target. Are we going to play cornhole at the cookout tomorrow night?
2. noun, slang The anus. Some jokester on the team poked Todd in the cornhole after practice.
3. noun, slang A jab in the anus. Some jokester on the team gave Todd a cornhole after practice.
4. verb, slang To jab or poke someone in the anus. Some jokester on the team cornholed Todd after practice.

cornhole

1. n. the anus. (Usually objectionable.) Well, doc, I got this terrible itch in the cornhole, you know.
2. n. a sharp poke or goose in the anus. (Usually objectionable.) They delivered a painful cornhole to the bully and then ran off.
3. tv. to poke someone in the anus. (Usually objectionable.) Let’s sneak up and cornhole that guy!
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The chic corn-hole boards are crafted out of reclaimed wood from the renovation.
Participants will be provided either a morning or afternoon sailing session, lunch and the opportunity to play corn-hole and boccia with other veteran participants, Green says.
A heart cut from a piece of a bride's father's clothing and sewn into her gown, the burying of a bottle of bourbon (one month to the day before the ceremony) to stave off rain, a lot of "the hunt is over" themed groom's tables, tousled up-dos, floral and monogrammed robes for bridesmaids, and custom corn-hole game-sets are just a few of this year's trends.
The impressive location offers expansive space for dancing, and plenty of games including pool, darts, 3 foot jenga, and corn-hole for your entertainment.
This year's events include a corn-hole tournament to benefit Compassionate Families in Jacksonville, a supply drive for Ronald McDonald House in Coral Gables, and a birthday party for the Big Bend Homeless Coalition in Tallahassee.
The groom made corn-hole boards with the couple's monogram for guests to enjoy.