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snowball

verb (slang) To transfer semen from one person’s mouth to another.
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Nationwide police often warn about the dangers of throwing snowballs but West Midlands Police have been more restrained - tweeting twice during January 2013 to warn people against throwing snowballs at vehicles.
The tribunal also had to submit snowballs to a series of other tests, such as ingredients, process of manufacture, unpackaged appearance including size, taste and texture, circumstances of consumption (including time, place and manner of consumption), packaging and marketing.
Some of the water we have on Earth today was delivered by these snowballs from space.
Decide it you should make your snowballs one at a time or all at once.
Matthew Barnes, prosecuting, said: "On December 3 last year a group of young people were having a snowball fight in the vicinity of the restaurant.
The Snowballs were being smuggled about like contraband and that hint of danger made them even more irresistible.
You'll always get someone who will take a game too far and maybe put stones in a snowball, but are we going to make throwing snowballs a crime?
She added: "We have had several incidents where stones have been added to snowballs and this can be seen as intended criminal damage and could hurt somebody.
But Andrea Fitches, whose 16-year-old son Anthony is one of those suspended, said: "My son was found with a snowball in his hand he hasn't hurt anyone or thrown it at a person or building.
Bravura stacks of snowballs made out of Styrofoam, cheesecloth, plaster, spackle, and gesso aim most directly at the ever-changing history of realism and reveal Stoll's Hollywood background.
Frank wowed the world in May with evidence that 30,000 house-size snowballs bombard Earth each day.
Thousands of house-size snowballs are bombarding our planet every day from outer space.