Definition of morning wood
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Other terms relating to 'morn':
Definitions include: a person who criticizes after having hindsight.
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."
Other terms relating to 'wood':
Definitions include: Used in the expression, "What, am I wood?" which means "Don't ignore me"; "Don't act like I have no feelings"; etc.
Definitions include: to defecate.
Definitions include: to arrive unexpectedly.
Definitions include: to get an erection.
Definitions include: to knock on wood in order to avoid some bad thing happening that one was just speaking about.
Definitions include: one's home neighborhood.
Definitions include: past the worse part of a bad situation, in which things start to improve.
Definitions include: to sleep.
Definitions include: A derogatory phrase used to describe a person who is stuck up. Stems from the use of a high class person using fake, store bought firewood instead of using natural wood.
Definitions include: variant of "knock on wood", from New Zealand.
Definitions include: an erection.
Definitions include: Referring to a gay man who sucks another mans penis
Definitions include: to strike someone over the head with a baseball bat or billy club.
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