Play pocket billiards

Play pocket billiards
(jocular) (of a male) fondle the testicles through the pants pockets

Dictionary of Australian slang . 2013.

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  • Five-pin billiards — This article is about the originally Italian and now internationally standardized billiard game. For the Danish five pin game, see Danish pin billiards. Five pins redirects here. For other uses, see Five pins (disambiguation). Five pin billiards… …   Wikipedia

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