Definition funny of Otwell:

urbanThe act of gathering between 25 - 60 mature men (age 50+) and having them all simultaniously suck each others' dicks, forming a large circle. Then, after each man has blown their loads, they each vomit the load (of the guy's dick they were sucking) into a large vat or bucket and begin heating it over a fire. After that, each man takes a shit into the aforementioned vat/ bucket and stir it together whit their boners. After about 10 minutes of stirring (or when the mixture becomes a consistent light brownish color), each man fills a syringe with a reasonable amount of the mixture and injects it into the opening of their penis, only to be discovered by a female (or male) partner during oral sex.

urbanBy the time Mike's girlfriend had discovered that he had participated in an Otwell, her mouth was dripping with the gooey remains.


Books about Otwell:

booksA Pike County Editor's Outbasket: Writings by Beulah B. Gray, Editor of the Otwell Star by Ralph D. Gray and William O. Harris (Jul 14, 2011)

booksG. Schirmer 24 Pieces for Children Op 39 Book/CD - Schirmer Performance Edition By Kabalevsky / Otwell

books(Reprint) 1958 Yearbook: Otwell High School, Otwell, Indiana by 1958 Yearbook Staff of Otwell High School (May 1, 1958)

booksSledding Fun by Peggy Otwell by Peggy Otwell (2000)

booksGuide to Ministering to Alzheimer's Patients and Their Families [Paperback] [2008] (Author) Pat Otwell (2008)

booksLove Has Five SEasons by Mary Otwell by Mary Otwell (1973)

books[ GUIDE TO MINISTERING TO ALZHEIMER'S PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES ] BY Otwell, Pat ( Author ) May - 2008 [ Paperback... by Pat Otwell (May 19, 2008)


Wiki information Otwell:

City/Town/Village, Dated location, Location, Statistical region

Otwell is an unincorporated census-designated place in Jefferson Township, Pike County, Indiana, United States.

National Register of Historic Places Location, Structure, Building, Project focus, Listed Site, Location

Otwell is a historic home at Oxford, Talbot County, Maryland. It is a brick house composed of two major parts, the first constructed around 1720-1730, and the other part around 1800-1810. The earliest portion of the building consists of the westerly...