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A sex position in which two individuals kneel on all fours with their rear-ends facing one another share a two-headed dildo; the beauty of an eighty-eight (or 88) is that it can be shared by any two people regardless of their respective genders.
I love the coke-party scene from "Requiem for a Dream" when Jennifer Connely does an eighty-eight with that blonde chick!!
Por Lance wit no pants 30 de julio de 2006
 
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The eighty eight was a weapon in the German army in World War Two. Actually an anti-aircraft weapon firing an 88 mm shell, the 88 had a major advantage in range over many Allied artillery pieces. German gun crews fighting in the Spanish Civil war turned the gun on approaching tanks that had broken through their lines - unsure how effective they would be. Germans quickly converted the gun to anti-tank use, putting the gun into their vaunted Tiger Tanks. Allied tanks were knocked out before they were able to get close enough to use their weapons. The eighty eight had a self ejecting shell and were deployed in numerous configurations including tanks, self propelled guns, and a four legged gun that was towed behind a vehicle. They were less effective at close range.
The German eighty eight picked off the Allied tanks before they could get into range.
Por Atmospherium 26 de diciembre de 2005
 
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Heil Hitler, or twice H (the eight letter of the alphabet). Used by young neo-nazis in Germany
88!Remember April 20th
Por maddog05 23 de junio de 2005
 
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filipino slang for a piano
"huy roul! play dee eighty-eight por us"
Por darrenzo 14 de febrero de 2003
 
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Code for neo-nazi indiviuals to say "Hail Hitler". 8 refers to the letter H, the 8th letter in the alphabet. HH = Hail Hitler.
Por Mandy 15 de febrero de 2003
 
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When you slap your balls together with your roommates hairless, ghostly-white sack.
Oh hey Hawk! you wanna Eighty-Eight on Danny's pillow later?
Por Colonel Buc Nasty 14 de noviembre de 2010
 
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a gun
the eighty eight fired
Por me 23 de septiembre de 2003