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jack off

1. noun, vulgar slang A thoroughly incompetent, foolish, bumbling, or useless person. I can't believe that jack off got elected to the Senate! Get off the road before you kill someone, jack off!
2. verb, vulgar slang To masturbate or bring someone to orgasm, especially a male.
3. verb, vulgar slang To waste or pass time idly or by doing nothing or engaging in foolish behavior. Would you quit jackin' off and help me move this sofa out to the truck?
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jack off

v. Vulgar Slang
To masturbate. Used chiefly of males.
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jack off

verb
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Spragg then fought back to take the lead 16-14 but then threw the jack off the green which was to prove very costly as he never scored aga in with victory going to Wolverson with a 21-16 scoreline.
As she drops Jack off at his primary school in London, the proud mum ushers the youngster with a firm but loving hand through the school gates.
Love having Jack off school but quite like it when he's back can get on with stuff without having to play yet another game of Monopoly Ruth Langsford Normally by this point in the day I've had 10 Quality Street and cheese and crackers.
Up against it, Fitzpatrick was forced to strike five times, being successful on four occasions by sending the jack off the green for a dead end.
With Jack off fishing miles away, Jo Ann was completely alone except for Lulu.
Navy officers yesterday urged Ulster trawlermen to stop flying the Union Jack off the Dublin coast.
Pam agrees to take Jack off his hands because she promised to always be there for the lad but she isn't exactly impressed by his dad's behaviour.
Sending the jack off slowed his progress, but a superb wood at the 13th end got him back in at 10-7.
It is thought the driver then switched to a Nissan Micra, which pulled up another 15 minutes later to drop Jack off.
Standing on the mat to deliver the last bowl on the third end of the tie-break, the young Welshman fired the jack off the rink, and, when the jack was placed on its spot, the fate of the match depended on a measure.
Also this week, as the Falklands War unfolds on TV and Spandau Ballet rule the airwaves, the friends try to wean Jack off heroin.
In the early stages of the final, Berry clawed back his handicap to lead 10-9 but, on a fast-running green, trying to take his opponent on longer marks he threw the jack off on more than one occasion which cost him dearly.
Corrie producer Phil Collinson visited Bill, 69, at his home to thank him and to pledge that the show's writers would see Jack off in a huge storyline.
Sigsworth had to strike the jack off at the next end to stop Wrathall reaching 20 but he needed to bowl only one wood at the final end to take the title, collect a pounds 250 cheque from David Hirst, the general manager of the Examiner, who sponsored the event, and become a worthy addition to the illustrious band of bowlers whose names are engraved on the handsome Examiner Trophy.