Tabletoparoosky meaning and definition

Tabletoparoosky meaning

Verb,The act of placing a man on a table on his back, and doing him in the ass while sucking his dick. It is often referred to as the move that is easily worth breaking the most expensive table in the world to do.

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Tabletop Ass meaning

An ass so large and protruding, you can place a drink on top of it.

Tabletop Bebop meaning

You're so tired your head keeps falling forward. You're able to catch yourself mid-head fall most times, but eventually you smack your face on the table or whatever might be in front of you. IE. Keyboard, plate of food, etc...

tabletop booty meaning

A tabletop booty refers to someone (preferably a girl) with a butt so big that you could "eat off of it" like a table.

tabletop cumshot meaning

when a gay couple are having sex and boyfriend 1 is prepared to cum all over his boyfriend, boyfriend 2 takes his toupee off and comes on his head.

tabletop exercise meaning

A tabletop exercise is a simulation of an emergency situation, such as a military invasion or a bioterrorist outbreak. It involves key personnel discussing simulated scenarios in an informal setting. TTXs can be used to assess plans, policies, and procedures.

tabletop grinding meaning

grinding in which the guy is upright and girl is bent over (creating a flat surface like a table on her back)

table topper meaning

When a guy's penis is so small it sits on top of the balls without hanging down.

Table-topping meaning

Sexual position. Starting off in doggy-style, an overweight male takes his partner from behind and rests his gut on top of her back, like placing an object on a table. Lubrication may be added if desired.

Tabletop RPG meaning

Tabletop RPGs (also called Pen-and-Paper RPGs) are roleplaying games in which a person takes on the role of a fictional character, as supervised by a game leader, often called the GM or DM (game master and dungeon master, respectively). Most of the time, it is for the purpose of playing out fantasy adventures, such as slaying demons or rescuing princesses. Tabletop RPGs focus on combat, and often contain volume after volume of books which explain and expand upon rules, and add optional features as well. Tabletop RPGs tend to have a medieval-setting, but include classical fantasy monsters such as dragons, and paranormal events such as spells and magic. Most tabletop RPGs are based in Tolkein lore, including the presense of elves, dwarves and hobbits. Typically, when playing a tabletop RPG, you'll design your character in terms of their race, class and special abilities. Racial choice (human, elf, gnome, etc.) usually sets the tone for your characters behavior. Dwarves are obnoxious and beer-crazy, elves are haughty and frivilous, and so on. Racial choice also often affects your statistics, such as how much damage you deal, how fast you can move, and so on. Character class is basically their profession, though it is, again, combat-oriented. You won't see a Farmer class, but you'll often see archetypes such as Warrior, Mage and Theif. Special abilities are those outside of race and class choice. They are optional abilities which either modify the way your character behaves in combat, or adds some stastical augmentation. In D&D, these are Feats and Skills. In Vampire: The Masquerade, this is tantamount to your Clan. While the popular cliché would depict players of tabletop RPGs as losers and social outcasts, due to the most recent crop of fantasy-based major motion pictures, more and more demographics enjoy this passtime. This is made easier by the internet, as people can play in relative anonymity and across the globe.

table top skank meaning

a way to express your feelings for someone who you absolutely hate.