pit job

pit job

A slang term for the use of the natural fold between the arm and chest wall (the armpit) to stimulate the penis by irrumation.
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Before we arrived at the site, my previous conversations with Price Gregory had us thinking that this job was going to be a multiple bore pit job or a tight sheeting job," said Scott Gross.
When his pit job vanished, Jacky began a degree course at Durham University but when it closed its fine art department he switched to Sunderland University.
Britain's biggest mining company, RJB, unveiled a pounds 130 million loss yesterday as it warned of big pit job losses unless the Government steps in.
Her name was put forward for the pit job by co-presenter Craig Charles who has been with Robot Wars since the beginning and got to know Jayne through them both having slots on BBC Radio's Six Music station.
MacGregor came up with a plan to axe 64,000 pit jobs over three years, with 20 pits closing in the first year.
Within ten years hundreds of thousands of pit jobs had gone too.
To be sure, people of color face some fairly high barriers to effective mobilization against toxic threats, such as limited time and money; lack of access to technical, medical, and legal expertise; relatively weak influence in political and media circles; and ideological conflicts that pit jobs against the environment.
A package of measures aimed at saving 400 pit jobs is being put together by union officials.
RJB Mining has warned of lower profits this year when the fate of the country's largest coal producer and thousands of pit jobs will be decided by the publication of the Government's energy policy review.