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Definition of tonsil hockey

tonsil hockey


  • Deep throating the male anatomy, essentially until the head comes in contact with the tonsils.

    She wasn't that attractive, but she was a Hall-of-Famer when it came to tonsil hockey.
    One that gives head.
    As a goaltender on the tonsil hockey team, she allowed a lot of "scores" during her career.

    Last edited on Dec 22 2013. Submitted by Spanger from Salt Lake City, UT, USA on Dec 22 2013.

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