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(one's) oscar

vulgar slang One's penis. She punched her date in the face when he put her hand on his oscar during the movie. You're a fool if you don't wear an athletic cup to protect your oscar out on the field.
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oscar

n. the penis. Stop scratching your oscar in public!
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