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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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To judge him, as Penman does, as a "jack-off of all trades and master of none" may be unnecessarily cruel, and overlook those occasions when Zappa could be truly innovative, but this piece acts as a useful antidote to some of the ponderous academic treatises written about his work.
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Judith Bernstein's Union Jack-Off on Vietnam Policy, 1967, for example, may not have stopped the war, nor did the New York-based artist presumably imagine otherwise, but given the ferocity of her gestures and grotesquely evocative encrustations of paint--phalluses emerging, keloid-like, from the fat striped red-and-gray ground; bunched-up stockings; collage; American flags; and a detumescent segment that hangs from the base of the panel to lie flaccidly on the floor--one cannot help but respond or admit to complicity.
2003 issue and debated in subsequent issues], since he patronized the same jack-off movie house in New York I did in the early 50's, before he went to Paris.
I won't get into the overdeterminations of the cowpoking, point out how their names might as well be Jack-off and Anus, how the one who certainly bottoms in the film dies by its (his) end, as if scripted by the ideological forces Vito Russo wrote The Celluloid Closet against decades ago, or how the film depends on a stoic inarticulateness in keeping with the unsullied wilderness where it takes place--figures for a proper "natural" masculinity, privileging a forlorn, duplicitous, sacrificial monogamy over the possibility of a point-blank, variegated relationality.