Definitions from 6th Grade

Sixth grades wraps up with great experimentation with new uses of the English language. Most of you are probably thinking of your own experiences getting comfortable with “adult language”. However, I am dedicating this post to the double digit definitions of a different sort:

Poop sack – The bundle of hair that most women (and many girls) tie on top of their head when they are too lazy to do their hair. Generally takes a hair band or two and looks like it took 10 seconds to do.

Hairy Pickles – The male classmate definition of their anatomy. They like to talk about the amount of hair growing on it.

Intravaginal cream – The face cream of a classmate includes a warning on the tube – “Not for intravaginal use.” Now when she doesn’t care of someone – or their actions – she refers to them as intravaginal cream.

 

Author: sheilashultz

Search marketer by day, full-time Mom by night...always looking for ways to find a few moments of "me" time.

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