Talk:felch

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Discussion moved from deletion discussion[edit]

Only non-proper-name attestation for this term I found was urbandictionary. --Connel MacKenzie 28 June 2005 17:09 (UTC)

  • felching is pretty much definitely a word, although there's marked disagreement as to its actual definition. Whether the stem form is a word with the given definition is an interesting question. It may well be that felching the participle can be attested whilst felch as a verb cannot be. Felch is, as you say, a noun. It's a well-attested place name and family name. Uncle G 28 June 2005 19:16 (UTC)
  • Try Googling "felching", and please refer to w:felching. I have attempted some cleanup, but can't really comment on the stem form. --Dvortygirl 28 June 2005 21:00 (UTC)
  • I heard somewhere that it also includes shoving animals up your rectum. I mean, seriously. --Expurgator t(c)
  • This is another that I would unhappily accept. Nevertheless, there appears to be some confusion about the part of speech. It is currently called a verb, but the definition given is that of a noun. Does anyone have an example where "felch" (rather than "felching") is used as a noun. Eclecticology June 28, 2005 23:48 (UTC)
    • Guessing here, a felch could mean "an act of felchin", e.g. "That hamster was a damn good felch". But then again, I'll stop talking about this subject now--Expurgator t(c) 28 June 2005 23:51 (UTC)
      • I haven't looked at the entry, but I would assert that "felch" is a verb, meaning to suck one's semen out of the rectum (or vagina, or either?) of one's sexual partner, and "felching" is the sexual practice of doing this. The "hamster up the back passage" sense is pretty much apocryphal, I believe. I'm not an expert (nor even an amateur, I might add) in either, so I won't comment further. I think we need some sound citations. — Paul G June 29, 2005 09:38 (UTC)
        • What a distasteful subject! Still, I have heard it used in the "sucking" sense, never in the "hamster" sense. "To felch" is a verb and is the citation form, the dictionary form. "Felching" is the gerund made from the verb and used as a noun and as such should not carry the primary definition. As always, research and citations would help - but I don't know what material you would read to find such things I'm glad to say! — Hippietrail 29 June 2005 10:09 (UTC)
          • Aside from the facts that Wiktionary is not paper and we don't have "headwords" here, if felching can be attested (as it can be) and felch not, then we should have the former and not have the latter. We certainly shouldn't have a felch article, simply so that it can point to felching, if felch is not in fact attested as a word. That would be endorsing a protologism (however natural and "obvious" the form would seem to native English speakers). Uncle G 30 June 2005 10:46 (UTC)
            There's too much noise if you search for felch alone, but Google:felching+felches produces several clear results, e.g. [1], etc. —Muke Tever July 3, 2005 00:35 (UTC)

I'm sorry, but the citation given above lead me to believe this is not a real word (nor practice) and that the term was made up after the superbowl commercial (mentioned above) appeared, in an attempt to discredit, slander or libel certain advertising companies and or their clients. I do not think Wiktionary should be party to that (probable) slander. Delete. --Connel MacKenzie 1 July 2005 23:26 (UTC)

Ordinary word, keep (but for heaven's sake, rewrite the def so that it is for the verb instead of 'felching'!). —Muke Tever July 3, 2005 00:32 (UTC)

Ordinary word, indeed. Keep Ncik 00:52, 04 Jul 2005

  • I've revised the definition to conform with the part of speech. A citation would still be a tongue forward. Eclecticology 18:36, July 11, 2005 (UTC)

seen it[edit]

Well, felching anyway, but in context that suggests this is a regular verb with all the normal forms. Felching, felch, felched, felcher, felches, will have been felching, had felched, felchable, etc.

Look for a mambo-69 or mambo69 song to hear the word used. No accurate definition can be formed from there, but without a doubt the word is surely something nasty. The song contains:

  1. Ladies and gentlemen, this is Mambo 69.
  2. uhh huhh! Oooohh hoo hoo hoo!
  3. Goodness
  4. This is Ramone Jeworsky on the microphone with Sinfair S. and Blackout
  5. Hi everybody
  6. It's time to get nasty
  7. nasty
  8. One, two, sixty-nine
  9. Everybody's feelin' fierce, so come on let's ride
  10. to the corner store around the corner
  11. the boys say they want some anal beads but I really don't want 'em
  12. up my butt or between my cheeks
  13. [quiet "ooh"]
  14. I'm still real sore from my date last week
  15. [quiet "ow"]
  16. I like Angelo, Antonio, Tommy & Peter
  17. and as I continue you know their gettin' sweeter
  18. [quiet "ummm"]
  19. and what can I do, you know I want to do 'em all
  20. to me felching is just like a sport
  21. anything dry - that's no good, so just grease me and show me your wood!
  22. oh yeah
  23. a little bit of bruce in my life
  24. a little bit of Raymond between my thighs
  25. a little bit of Peter on his knees
  26. a little bit of penis is all I need
  27. a little bit of K-Y in my buns
  28. a little bit of Oscar's big long tongue
  29. a little bit of Gary's hairy hand
  30. a little old reach-around, I'm your man!
  31. all right
  32. [gap]
  33. Mambo 69, let me tell you something
  34. mmmm hmmm
  35. [gap]
  36. heh
  37. Oh jesus
  38. Sorry, here's a towel, sorry, sorry
  39. [small fart sound]
  40. Oh my God that tickles in there, stop
  41. yeah!
  42. [silence]
  43. and here comes the best part
  44. go up and down
  45. and lick it all around
  46. stroke your hand to the sound and slap me on the ground
  47. smack my ass on the left, smack my ass on the right
  48. smack me in the face, you bitch!
  49. Oh!
  50. tug my nipples once, tug my nipples twice
  51. I like a hairy ass but shaved is really nice
  52. a little bit of bruce in my life
  53. a little bit of Raymond between my thighs
  54. a little bit of Peter on his knees
  55. a little bit of penis is all I need
  56. a little bit of K-Y in my buns
  57. a little bit of Oscar's big long tongue
  58. a little bit of Gary's hairy hand
  59. a little old reach-around, I'm your man!
  60. I love to do you, just get a ball gag and some super glue
  61. you can't run, you can't hide, close you eyes and open wide!
  62. ohhh
  63. [next 3 lines with sheep sounds]
  64. Oh, is that a sheep I hear?
  65. is that some sheep I hear?
  66. Oh!
  67. That's it baby, we're in for a treat tonight
  68. oh smack me
  69. that's it
  70. smack it
  71. nice
  72. oh
  73. [large fart sound]