meathooks

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meathooks

slang One's hands, especially when used clumsily, oafishly, or inappropriately. Typically said of a man's hands. Get your damn meathooks off of me—who do you think you are? I can never open tiny clasps like this with these giant meathooks of mine.

meathooks

n. the hands. (see also hooks. These are hooks made of meat, i.e., flesh and bone.) Get your meathooks off my car!
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The handle is ample enough for big meathooks and, at the base, the tang is exposed for pummeling--plus there's a lanyard hole to boot.
His hands were thin as well, long fingers, not the massive meathooks Geza had mentioned.
(62) In "The Slaughter," Weinstein depicts the inside of a slaughterhouse in sharp detail, including "calves with throats cut open" (kelber mit ibergeshnitene heldzer) on meathooks and "eyes [that] look out as though still alive" (kukn di oygn nokh afir vi lebedik).
The result is handblown glass figures, some soft and alluring with angelic wings and others raw and intense hanging from meathooks.
We operated out of a nondescript single-story building that was sometimes referred to as the butcher shop because there were 'meathooks' on the wall of the inside corridor.
But on the other hand, who would be shocked if, at the midnight debut of a new Friday the 13th movie, a hockey-masked psycho brandishing meathooks leaped from behind the curtains and clawed his way through the crowd?
However, the earlier scenes of intimate human combat hold greater dramatic interest, such as a turf war in which cleavers and meathooks are put to vicious use, and a church-set shootout that pays homage to John Woo.
leatherface impales his victims on meathooks, keeps bodies in the freezer and makes furniture from their bones.
The people had died in their millions of being hacked apart with axes and swords, burned alive and trampled under horses, hunted as game and fed to dogs, shot, beaten, stabbed, scalped for bounty, hanged on meathooks and thrown over the sides of ships at sea, worked to death as slave laborers, intentionally starved and frozen to death during a multitude of forced marches and internments, and in an unknown number of instances, deliberated infected with epidemic diseases.
"But when someone's got big old meathooks and crams it in there and stretches out the finger holes, that ticks me off."
The Italians cut out the paperwork by displaying Mussolini upside down on meathooks. In 1989, the Romanians gave themselves a festive bonus by summarily shooting Nicolae Ceausescu (andhis wife) on Christmas day.
Soon enough, we're introduced to Leatherface himself, who goes about picking off each screaming teen one by one with the help of some meathooks and his trusty chainsaw.
After I pried his meathooks from me, I turned around and gave him a look that expressed what could only otherwise be communicated with an open palm.