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snowball

verb (slang) To transfer semen from one person’s mouth to another.
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e statistic - revealed in a Freedom of Information Act request - shows o cers in Coventry have received 263 calls about snowballs being thrown at people or property in the last three years.
Snowballs, which have been around since the early 1900s and begin popping up in Baltimore every spring, signaling the arrival of better weather, begin with ice cubes.
HMRC had justified this change because of a previous Tribunal decision in relation to Swedish snowballs.
It also means the taxman has lost out on future VAT from snowballs to the tune of millions of pounds.
Michael Swan asked: "Has anyone seen or been in a SERIOUS accident where throwing snowballs at a bus/car has been the cause?
Tom got pelted in the face by billions of snowballs.
The defendant told the court: "As I entered Beeches Walk I saw some lads, about ten to 12 of them, throwing snowballs at the restaurant.
Switchboard operators at Nottinghamshire Police have received hundreds of calls about people throwing snowballs since the wintery weather hit the region.
So they had to smuggle the Snowballs into the Queen Elizabeth Hall at London's trendy Southbank Centre.
Officers believe the rise, during a period that saw the town blanketed in snow, can be accounted for by the number of calls to do with people throwing snowballs.
This incredible snowball fight between playful macaques was captured by photographer Masashi Mochida.
CLEVELAND Police received more than 100 reports of anti-social behaviour involving snowballs in just one day.