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creamed foreskins

vulgar slang A military nickname for the dish creamed chipped beef.
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creamed foreskins

n. creamed chipped beef (served on toast). (Military. Usually objectionable.) Oh, boy! It’s creamed foreskins again tonight!
See also: cream
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* The introduction provides the best written summary of how and why the foreskin is important that I have ever read.
During the period of analysis, 420 circumcisions were performed of which 64 (15%) had foreskins pathological assessment due to suspicion of LS.
From a historical perspective, foreskin restoration is not a new phenomenon.
The report, which appears in the March/April mBio, finds that when the foreskin is removed from the head of the penis, resident microbes become exposed to oxygen and many flee the scene.
The reason for this is that in any hypospadius repair, some foreskin from the back or "dorsum" of the penis has to be brought around to help cover the front side of the shaft of the penis.
(10) The age and extent of foreskin removal in TC, and the acceptability of replacing the procedure with MC, is poorly understood.
The comic is entitled "Foreskin Man" and its hero is shown as he attempts to stop circumcisions from taking place.
A device was placed tightly around the foreskin, blocking blood flow.
MY foreskin has got so tight I can't pull it back any longer.
In the late 19th century, doctors believed snipping foreskin could cure a laundry list of ailments, including hemia, epilepsy, and indigestion.
But new research out this year concludes that losing foreskin is less likely to protect gay men, who still account for half the new cases of HIV in the U.S.
Meanwhile, Kim Woodburn was sick in the latest Bush Tucker Trial which saw her and Joe Bugner downing drinks of pulped kangaroo anus and crocodile foreskin.
Prof Jack Cohen, who has an academic career spanning 55 years, has given his support to Norm-UK, a charity founded in 1995, to educate the public and medical profession about the foreskin.
The Twitter book club will focus on one book each week and Ross's plans include Exit Wounds by Rutu Modan; a memoir by Shalom Auslander titled Foreskin's Lament; and Leaves of Grass by Walt Whitman.
The foreskin cannot usually be pulled back until around the age of five anyway, but in phimosis it does not develop properly and can be painful.