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Definition funny of Glasscock:
1 - The name of a certain image showing a female golfer kissing a glass, penis-esque trophy. Thought to be seen by pretty much everyone who frequents the internet. 2 - A term used by b3tans to describe a popular link that everyone's seen before.
B3tan 1 - www.yetisports.org B3tan 2 - Wow..that is the epitome of glasscock.
a web link sent to you in email, or posted on a web-board which everyone and their uncle has seen before
as in the girl kissing the penis-shaped golf trophy
Been seen before, out of date, hackneyed.
That email you sent me is so glass cock.
also called a tweaker pipe. Called a glass cock because it resembles a dick (also see "suck glass cock")
Songs about Glasscock:
Glasscock - Dis Raps for Hire - Season 2, Episode 1 [Explicit] by Epiclloyd from the Album Glasscock - Dis Raps for Hire - Season 2, Episode 1 [Explicit]
Books about Glasscock:
Glasscock-Shambaugh's Surgery of the Ear, 6th edition by A. Julianna Gulya, Lloyd B. Minor and Dennis S. Poe (May 15, 2010)
Glasscock-Shambaugh Surgery of the Ear by Michael E. Glasscock and Aina Julianna Gulya M.D. (Sep 1, 2002)
GOVERNOR WILLIAM GLASSCOCK AND PROGRESSIVE POLITICS IN WEST VIRGINIA (WEST VIRGINIA & APPALACHIA) by GARY JACKSON TUCKER (Dec 30, 2008)
Glasscock: Webster's Timeline History, 1841 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Mar 10, 2010)
Glasscock-Shambaugh's Surgery of the Ear, 6th edition 6th (sixth) Edition by A. Julianna Gulya, Lloyd B. Minor... (0010)
GLASSCOCK-SHAMBAUGH by A. Julianna Gulya (1991)
Glasscock County, Texas: Records of Wells and Springs, Driller's Logs, Water Analyses and Map Showing Location... by Editors (1937)
Wiki information Glasscock:
Glasscock County is a county located in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2010 census, its population was 1,226. Its county seat is Garden City. The county is named for George Washington Glasscock, an early settler of the Austin, Texas...
John Wesley "Jack" Glasscock was an American shortstop in Major League Baseball who played for several teams from 1879 to 1895 and was the top player at his position in the 1880s during the sport's bare-handed era. He led the National League in...