bunghole


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a hole in a barrel or cask

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He closed his letter, for example, with this: "I have seen him frequently take a barrel of whiskey by the chimes and lift it up to his face as if to drink out of the bunghole. This feat he could accomplish with the greatest ease.
Then pour the wine through a strainer and funnel that's set into the mouth of a 5-gallon glass carboy (the kind used for dispensing drinking water; they're also available at winemaking shops) or into the bunghole of a clean, empty wine barrel.
While they might be working class and say things like, 'Right now my two best mates think I'm lower than a snake's bunghole,' the leads are also amusing, good company for the duration of the film and media savvy.
Just think: "Buy your next barrel of beer from Gus' Bunghole Beer with 225 different brands." Or "Get in spiritual shape here at St.
She had a hole between her legs, oh not the bunghole I had always imagined, but a slit, and in this I put, or rather she put, my so-called virile member, not without difficulty, and I toiled and moiled until I discharged or gave up trying or was begged by her to stop.
As the manager of the area, I determine whether an advertisement has the look and feel that best fits our environment." Clearly this manager was unaware of the delicious slant the promise of "bareback bunghole buddies in black leather" gives the "the look and feel" of AOL's "environment." In a related fiasco, AOL tried to ban the word "breast" from chat-room user profiles, until breast-cancer victims complained.
So Reichhold opted instead for a fibre drum with a low-density, polyethylene interior lining and a polyskin exterior, which is essentially a plastic cover with a rubber gasket and a two-inch bunghole that allows for easy filling and dispensing.
Why may not imagination trace the noble dust of Alexander, till 'a find it stopping a bunghole? ...
The new technology could compress against the bunghole, forming a seal.
AMONG the duo's favourite phrases are "bunghole", "butt-munch" and, of course, "heh, heh, heh, heh".
In contrast, if the bung is closed with the traditional technique, with the bunghole on the side, the rate of oxygen entry is 36 mg/L per year.
James Kennedy, chair of the Department of Viticulture and Enology at California State University, Fresno, and Andrei Prida, researcher at Seguin Moreau cooperage, commented that a significant amount of the oxygenation of wine in a barrel is a result of the wine consuming oxygen from the wood staves, where oxygen has been trapped, not just from oxygen entering through the bunghole, the minute gaps between staves, or traveling from the outside air through the stave itself.