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wedding tackle

A humorous euphemism for male genitalia. Ouch, that one hit him right in the wedding tackle.
See also: wedding

wedding tackle

a man's genitalia. British vulgar slang
See also: wedding
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Though hailed for his performance in 1995's Feast of July and reaping strong reviews for both Maybe Baby and Mansfield Park, a succession of such dodgy choices as Women Talking Dirty, Lighthouse and The Wedding Tackle didn't exactly help his cause.
He is about to lose his wedding tackle but Carte Diamond was definitely the best man on Doncaster's Town Moor on Saturday.
'When they grabbed your wedding tackle,' he replied.
Jamie Osborne, whose horses are in tremendous form, has had the three-year-old gelded and he certainly looked a different proposition without his wedding tackle.
Staff would have to tackle David's wedding tackle. Maybe Michelangelo just couldn't carve underpants.
The jokes are old, borrowed and blue, but it's a step up from the 2000 Britcom The Wedding Tackle. (Cert 15, 2012) **
Adding insult to injury, pictures of Shevchenko sealing the 2-1 victory also showed Lustig appearing to covering his wedding tackle rather than the gap at Sweden's right-hand post in Kiev.
He gave every rancid, sycophantic Royal Wedding junkie a verbal boot in the wedding tackle and I for one applaud him.
His promise, like his wedding tackle, had gone west.
Try not to worry about the damage to your liver and your wedding tackle.
Even then, I'm not convinced he meant to plant his studs right in Carvalho's wedding tackle.
And a comedy red card came from an exasperated Togo defender (kicking an opponent in his wedding tackle is accepted practice in The Young Ones and The Sweeney, but not a football match).
Anyone who carves wooden wedding tackle in boxes should never be trusted.
The rocker could have cried foul at leggy Penny's crafty tickle to his wedding tackle.
The Wedding Tackle (Cert 15, 94 mins): This British black comedy is like a drunk - laughing uproariously at its own jokes and making less sense as the night wears on.