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buff the muffin
vulgar slang To masturbate. A term usually applied to women. A: "Why is she all embarrassed today?" B: "Oh, her crush walked in on her buffing the muffin. How horrifying is that?"
cut a muffin
slang To fart. I can't believe you cut a muffin in the car. Now we have to smell it all the way home!
cut the cheese
rude slang To fart. I can't believe you cut the cheese in the car. Now we have to smell it all the way home!
slang A pile or mass of animal dung, especially from a cow, that is still wet. She slipped in the wet grass of the field and fell straight into a fresh meadow muffin.
Excess stomach fat that is visible over the waistband of one's pants or skirt, so named because it resembles the top of a muffin coming out of the cup it was baked in. I've started going to the gym because I'm sick of being the only one on the beach with a muffin top at our family vacations.
A physically attractive young man. Did you see Jane's new boyfriend? He's such a stud muffin that I was practically swooning over him myself!
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cut the cheeseand cut the mustard
Sl. to release intestinal gas. (Crude. Use caution with the topic.) Who cut the cheese? People who cut the mustard in the car have to get out and walk.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
cut the cheeseand cut the mustard and cut a muffin
tv. to release intestinal gas. (Usually objectionable.) People who cut the mustard in the car have to get out and walk! Somebody cut a muffin!
cut a muffinverb
See cut the cheese
n. a mass of cow dung. Jill stepped in a meadow muffin while she was bird-watching.
n. a really good-looking guy; a stud. Who’s the stud-muffin with Sally?
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cut the cheeseVulgar Slang
To expel intestinal gas.
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