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Definition of yankin' a person's rod

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Other terms relating to 'rod':

Definitions include: to gobble (i.e. eat) rod (i.e. a penis) i.e. to perform fellatio.
Definitions include: British Military slang for a knife, fork and spoon.
Definitions include: something or someone that attracts something else.
Definitions include: penis.
Definitions include: a penis.

Other terms relating to 'yank':

Definitions include: A synonym for American, often used in Australia, New Zealand and the UK.
Definitions include: to masturbate.
Definitions include: to deceive a person, usually in a playful manner.
Definitions include: to try to deceive in a playful manner (same as 'pulling one's leg')
Definitions include: to deceive a person, usually in a kidding manner.
Definitions include: to joke or kid; "pull (one's) leg".
Definitions include: to masturbate.

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