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the crumpler

noun; zero derivation
1. a hypothetical sexual maneuver involving the insertion of the index finger into the vagina and the insertion of the pinky and ring fingers into the rectum. 2. the hand sign formed by this configuration of fingers Also, (v) to crumple, which can be literal or figurative, e.g.: “I just got crumpled by that exam.” Zero derivation/metaphor/other: I don’t know how this was thought up, but it is somehow evocative. The only comparison I can draw is with the most common use of the standard word “crumple,” referring to the front or rear impact zones of an automobile which compress under pressure. However, once someone invented the idea, I suppose he or she had to invent (or in this case, borrow) a name for it, too.
 
It’s the reverse shocker. It’s called the crumpler.
Etymology : Most likely from crump, OE Germanic- to be crushed together
Source : A friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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