Slang definition of play leap frog

play leap frog means: Anal intercourse.

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play leap frog means: Anal intercourse.

Slang meaning of play leap frog

play leap frog means: Anal intercourse.

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Meaning of play leap frog

play leap frog means: Anal intercourse.

Meaning of play hide the weenie

play hide the weenie means: To do the sex act fuck. play leap frog: anal intercourse, the penis or some other object, is inserted into the anus for intercourse.

Meaning of LEAP

LEAP means: Leap is British slang for sexual intercourse.

Meaning of FROG

FROG means: Frog is British derogatory slang for a French person. Frog is British slang for a wallet.Frog is Australian slang for a condom.

Meaning of frog

frog means: Hoarseness. I can't make a toast tonight; I have a frog in my throat.

Meaning of Frog

Frog means: Noun. A French person. The term is derived from the late 1800s when the French were known as frog eaters. Derog./Offens.

Meaning of Frog Gig

Frog Gig means: A pole used to spear frogs for cooking.The act of hunting frogs for meat. Often called "frog gigging."


FROG AND FEATHER means: Frog and feather is London Cockney rhyming slang for a wallet (leather).

Meaning of FROG SPAWN

FROG SPAWN means: Frog spawn is London Cockney rhyming slang for an erection (horn).


FROG IN THE THROAT means: Frog in the throat was British Great War rhyming slang for a boat.

Meaning of FROG AND TOAD

FROG AND TOAD means: Frog and toad is London Cockney rhyming slang for road.

Meaning of frogspawn

frogspawn means: n frog’s eggs. Quite literally the spawn of a frog, these are the tiny gelatinous clumps of frog eggs that children enjoy collecting from ponds, hatching into tadpoles and then explaining to their fathers why the garden is fully of frogs.

Meaning of Frog and Toad

Frog and Toad means: Road. Don't ride your bike on the frog. See Road => Kermit

Meaning of who-wants-to-play

who-wants-to-play means: A small group of people would decide upon a certain game, but realise that they didn't have a large enough group to play it. Someone would say 'Shall we do Who-wants-to-play?' and we would link arms, and march self-importantly around the playground chanting 'Who-wants-to-play (pause) Brit-ish-Bull-dog?' (or whatever). The idea was that whoever else wanted to play would link arms with one end of the row and join in the chanting and walking around, until enough players were recruited. Of course, the usual outcome was that you would spend the whole of playtime recruiting players, and have no time for the actual game at all. We would often be rather selective about who we actually wanted to play with us, so would add various disclaimers at the end of the chant - 'Who-wants-to-play... Char-lies Ang-els... on-ly girls... from Mrs Hopkin's class... ov-er six... and no pik-eys...'


KERMIT THE FROG means: Kermit the frogtoilet (bog).Kermit the frog is London Cockney rhyming slang for snog.

Slang definitions, words, phrases and meanings


BROMLEY−BY−BOW means: Bromley−by−Bow is London Cockney rhyming slang for money (dough). Bromley−by−Bow is London Cockney rhyming slang for toe.

Meaning of CHINKS

CHINKS means: Chinks is derogatory American slang for Chinese food.


FIVE−FINGER DISCOUNT means: Five−finger discount is American slang for stolen.

Meaning of THE TOPS

THE TOPS means: The tops is British slang for a person or thing of top quality.

Meaning of TEOTWAWKI

TEOTWAWKI means: The End Of The World As We Know It

Meaning of stalk

stalk means: An erect penis.


GLORY HUNTER means: Reckless, fast-running engineer

Meaning of Cut for sign

Cut for sign means: to make a wide loop on foot examining the ground as a way to pick up the trail of lost horses or livestock.

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