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Numerology information Sockman:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Sockman:
one who is in-tune with nature, a earthen warrior that fights all who oppose him, the top ten most bad-ass mother fuckers you've ever meet. A Sockman has no morals and will kill anyone who annoys him, he is represented by the color green and only answers to higher powers or people of equal strength, usually his friends.
(Bill) Did you see Sockman? (Ted): Yeah, that dude nearly killed me! (Bill): I know, he's like God or something!
When a man strips naked, places a sock over his cock and balls and walks around in the presence of others. Usually performed at parties by intoxicated individuals for shock value and laughs. Individuals performing "Sock Man" frequently have their clothes stolen while in the act, or are forcefully removed from the party into the street.
Did you see Sock Man at the party last night? We stole his clothes, threw him out in the street and locked the door. We found him alseep in the alley this morning under a welcome mat.
Songs about Sockman:
Ira Sockman [Explicit] by Brian Brushwood & Justin Robert Young from the Album Night Attack (Live) [Explicit]
Books about Sockman:
The Lord's Prayer; an Interpretation By Ralph W. Sockman by Ralph W. Sockman (1962)
Contemporary Authors: Biography - Sockman, Ralph W(ashington) (1889-1970) (Mar 8, 2005)
Sockman v. Switzer U.S. Supreme Court Transcript of Record with Supporting Pleadings by BENTON BAKER and ALBERT L ELY (Oct 29, 2011)
PLOWSHARES AND PRUNING HOOKS introduction by G. Bromley Oxnam, The Meaning of Peace by Ralph W. Sockman, The United... by Lynd Ward (1954)
With Wings As Eagles. Introd. by Ralph W. Sockman by Helen Chappell White (1953)
The Lord's Prayer An Interpretation by Ralph W. Sockman (Jan 1, 1962)
THE LORD'S PRAYER: AN INTERPRETATION BY RALPH W. SOCKMAN (1947)
Wiki information Sockman:
Ralph Washington Sockman was the senior pastor of Christ Church in New York City, United States. He gained considerable prominence in the U.S. as the featured speaker on the weekly NBC radio program, National Radio Pulpit, which aired from 1928 to...
Between approximately 1996 and 1998, two men in Southport, Merseyside, England ran a scam to trick people into surrendering socks. They became known individually as the Southport Sockman. Steven Bain and Steven Gawthrop would approach people in bars...