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cock

A common slang term for penis.
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Asked what made him accuse Wales of being 'cocky', Jones continued: "It was from very much what they say in the media, you got that impression they thought it was a very big chance to beat us, so it's always nice to win those game.
With the number of cocky fighters out there of different nationalities, it would be difficult to connect racism as the major card affecting perception of the controversial Jones.
Phil Mickelson presents Charl Schwartzel with the winner's jacket at the 2011 Masters Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club Cocky...
Let's also enjoy the strong beat of the rhythmic text as it romps along and the clever rhymes: 'What a fool I have been!' Cocky thought.
The watch is called a 'cocky' because the legend is they are so unreliable they have a cockroach inside instead of a precision Swiss mechanism pedalling the working parts.
MITCHELL JOHNSON has described Kevin Pietersen as "cocky" and warned England the Australian attack will be gunning for openers Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook when the Ashes series gets under way in a fortnight.
TEHRAN: Iran's deputy culture minister lashed out at Western media on Sunday, branding them "dishonest, cocky cheats," who will be banned from an annual press fair in the autumn, the ILNA news agency reported.
"I believe in myself, and maybe people take that as cocky and flash, but in this game you have to believe in yourself or you won't get anywhere," said the middleweight.
Charming and selfassured but not too cocky, Kevin is the guy you can't help falling for.
FRANZ BECKENBAUER believes there are some merits in the Premier League's proposal for an 'international round' - but has warned that it would be "cocky" to go against FIFA's wishes.
Flirting ensues, the guy gets cocky because two girls dig him, and the whole thing builds when a third girl enters the scene.
The setting is a traditional boys' prep school in 1924, and our hero, cocky "madman poet" Michael MacInnes, doesn't quite fit in.