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spank the monkey

slang Of male, to masturbate. A: "Why is he all embarrassed today?" B: "Oh, his crush walked in on him spanking the monkey. How horrifying is that?"
See also: monkey, spank


slang Thoroughly defeated or dominated. We were getting spanked in the first half of the game, but we made an incredible comeback in the second half and ended up winning by a single point in overtime. I know we're down on points, but we're not spanked yet!
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n. drunk. Those gals are spanked. Who served them all that booze?
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This adjustment occurred for fifteen (42%) of thirty-six children, with three switching from the spank back-up to the room isolation, and the other twelve switching from one of the other three back-up tactics to the spank back-up.
Spank the Monkey, curated by Baltic director Peter Doroshenko and independent curator Pedro Alonzo, includes the work of renowned street artists from around the world including Faile, Invader and Kozyndan.
A babysitter, grandparent, aunt, neighbor or anyone else is not allowed to spank a child unless that child is in the custody or care of the adult and that adult has taken on all the responsibilities of the parent.
Those studies found that American parents of a 2-year-old typically report they spank or slap about 18 times a year.
Despite the mounting research evidence against spanking and the multiple reasons spanking can be ineffective and harmful, most American parents continue to spank their children.
Block's organization has spearheaded an International Spank Out Day on April 30, which seeks to inform parents about the harm of physical punishment and to educate them on how to be more effective caregivers without hitting.
Huw Lewis, head of external affairs for Nexus, said: "The response by our passengers to the Spank the Monkey works at Jesmond has been overwhelmingly positive, so we are in no rush to remove them.
One of these projects "was its own lobbying effort to abolish parents' right to spank their children" and to call for a review of Section 43 in light of the Convention.
The police women, I spank them on their bottoms in Malacanang if I'm ill-tempered.
Parents spank with good intentions - they believe it will promote good behavior, and they don't intend to harm the child.
The new show, called the G-Word, follows on from the Baltic's controversial Spank the Monkey exhibition, which opened in September last year.
These particular Christian educators say they abhor child abuse but, in the same breath, tell parents to start as early as six months, when children first show their own will, and spank as long as it takes to break that stubbornness.
I think it's impossible to raise a child to their teen-age years without eventually having to spank them," says Venson Sr.
Upon returning home, Rainbow tells Andre that he needs to spank Jack due to the incident.