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Definition of blow (one's) candle

blow (one's) candle


  • When a woman performs Oral Sex on a man. Compare to: Oral, Slob on my knob, Blow Job, throat, Dome or Brains. For example : Once I put in her face, she [ Blew my Candle] off my cake. Origin: Lynwood Ca.

    Last edited on Jul 24 2019. Submitted by Jaye-Supreme on Jul 24 2019.

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