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Definition of Monday morning quarterback

Monday morning quarterback

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Other terms relating to 'monday':

Definitions include: general malaise felt on the first day back to work after the weekend.

Other terms relating to 'morn':

Definitions include: excessive defecation after a long nights rest, especially after a large meal the day before.
Definitions include: Euphemism for vagina. Compare with whispering eye "Had myself a juicy morning orange last night" "Yeah, ended up in a thigh choke hold till I passed out last night after I bit into a delicious morning orange myself. Just couldn't help it."
Definitions include: an erection upon waking.

Other terms relating to 'quarterback':

Definitions include: a person who watches sports and believes one could do a better job than the players or coaches.

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