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An unearned run is when a person has sexual intercourse while drunk, and later regrets it. Scoring is sexual intercourse. The pitcher is the active or top partner in especially homosexual anal sex or sexual intercourse.
The catcher is the passive receiver or bottom partner in especially homosexual anal sex or sexual intercourse. A ground rule double is accidentally fondling, especially breasts when falling on a girl.
Stealing a base means advancing to the next "base" prior to consent. Stealing home means rape. Picked off a base means being refused any more "bases" because of perceived lack of skill or ability.
Thrown out at the plate occurs when intercourse is refused at the last moment as a result of, for example: Being called up from the Minors is having a sexual encounter while not of legal age. A slumpbuster is having a sexual encounter with someone who you are not attracted to, for the sole purpose of getting back in the "game".
Bunting for a hit means an attempt by a person to seduce one perceived as uglier so as to "get back in the game" A Walk off Grand Slam—a satisyfing one-time sexual encounter, as in a one-night stand.
Breaking up two is when a jealous rival prevents you from turning a double play. A Corked bat is when a man takes performance enhancing drugs. A double switch is an attempt by a man to change the point of penetration, without warning the female. The Infield Fly Rule is when there is an unequal ratio of males to females at a party, and a member of the gender with more members leaves to create an equal ratio.
Charging the mound is when two males fight over a desired female, who was flirting with both men. A hidden ball trick is when a man tucks his penis behind his legs. A shortstop is between second base and third, usually referring to an act of manual stimulation leading to orgasm.
Batting Around the Order is an orgy. Hitting for the Cycle is when one guy sleeps with all of the girls that live in one location e. Although they can be found on web pages such as this one that are explicitly labelled as jokes, they are not actually documented as being real anywhere.
None of the sources that I have found even mention them. The entire paragraph appears to have been based upon a misunderstanding, anyway. According to the sources, the addition of oral sex is not a variation between countries, but a variation over time.
It is something that has changed since the s. Sometimes this is extended to fifth and sixth bases, which are anal and threesome respectively. Oh yeah, and sometimes feeling up is called "base one-and-a-half".
Centred[ edit ] I would think that this would mostly be a USA, based concept due to the popularity of baseball for instance, should the article be edited to account for this, e. Regardless, the hoop earring and testicles nonsense is probably, well, just that.
Testimony to the tireless efficiency of Wikipedia editors! This statement is inaccurate even on its face as baseball is neither combat nor war.
Alternative meanings[ edit ] The article states that second base refers to groping ones genitals and that third base refers to blow jobs or other forms of oral sex. Alternatively second base refers to fondling of the breasts and third base refers to genital stimulation.
I think it would be grand slam. And a threesome a two run homer. An ad for what? It would be confirmation of the use of these expressions the discussion below indicates such is needed or evidence that the baseball metaphors were such common currency in the US at one time that no explanation was needed.
Mitch Ames talk Altenmann as "nonnotable trivia". I think is notable, because: Perhaps the song should be listed under "References" instead? The reference to the song appears to comply with WP:If the organization being studied is a for profit company, a non-profit corporation or a unit of government, then the base culture will be different if, for no other reason, due to the nature of.
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