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Custard Penis

Move it quickly - then eat it.
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Why has this not been done already? I can't find an example.
DenholmRicshaw, Mar 25 2011

urbandictionary: Purple Headed Custard Chucker http://www.urbandic...hucker&defid=372520
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       As was previously evidenced by Desktop Vatican, elsewhere in this parish, sometimes it's possible to put two words together, words that you would never in the ordinary course of your life imagine should be paired, and create something if not amazing then certainly startling in their complementarity. Say it aloud. Custard penis. Yep, it sounds great, has a nice rhythm and, perhaps alarmingly, a fairly pleasant mouth feel.
calum, Mar 25 2011
  

       It could be used as a cosh.
rcarty, Mar 25 2011
  

       What makes you so sure it has never been done before?
pocmloc, Mar 25 2011
  

       A search of halfbakery.
rcarty, Mar 25 2011
  

       I'm quite pleased with it.
DenholmRicshaw, Mar 25 2011
  

       I feel the need to say something, but nothing seems, well...funny to say.
blissmiss, Mar 26 2011
  

       I've sobered up now. I'm quite relieved that I didn't commit grammar crime.
DenholmRicshaw, Mar 27 2011
  

       This should go straight to the "meta" file as a perfect example of "post first and ask questions later".
8th of 7, Mar 27 2011
  

       Makes me feel differently about the e'claire I just ate...
RayfordSteele, Mar 27 2011
  

       I've been worrying about this one; it perhaps wasn't clear at the time.   

       It's a dildo that must be moved rapidly to keep it satisfying.   

       Then it's a satisying snack (albeit runny).
DenholmRicshaw, Sep 11 2011
  
      
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