Definition of Houdini
- a sexual event in which, during sex from behind ("doggy style" or "anal"), a male feigns ejaculation by spitting saliva on their partner's back. In this (apocryphal) sex move, the penetrated person then conveniently turns their head towards the penetrator, at which time the penetrator ejaculates in the person's face.
I tapped this girl the other night from behind. I was feeling a little wicked, so I gave her a Houdini and now she won't speak to me.
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|Definitions include: to fellate.|
|Definitions include: the urination onto a person for sexual pleasure.|
|Definitions include: fellatio.|
|Definitions include: the sex act in which a man places his erect penis between a woman's breast, and the woman uses her breasts to stimulate the penis.|
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|Definitions include: to masturbate.|
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|Definitions include: to give someone oral sex.|
|Definitions include: in homosexual male sex, to perform in the male role (i.e. "giving end").|
|Definitions include: misspelling (or uncommon spelling) of blumpkin.|
|Definitions include: to be able to perform fellatio well.|
|Definitions include: to perform fellatio on; "blow".|
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|Definitions include: to disappear.|
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