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Despite a provoking title, I am looking for a word, phrase or eloquent sentence to describe the process a male performs after taking a piss, that is, shaking off remaining pee off the tip of his penis. I apologize for being vague, and I am sure you're getting the drift.

  • Given the topic, I hope I won't get flamed for a little facetiousness. Those who have attended a British public school will know that shaking it more than twice is called masturbation >;-) – smirkingman Jan 25 '11 at 12:53
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    Any comment as to why you chose one -1 answer over a +8 one? – mplungjan Jan 26 '11 at 8:47
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    "If you shake it more than twice, you're playing with it." – Robert S. Aug 8 '11 at 15:54
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Only word I have ever heard is Shake - as in the well known proverb:

No matter how you shake and dance, the last few drops go in your pants

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    +1. This has a verbatim Turkish version: "Ne kadar sallarsan salla, donuna dü┼čer son damla". – Mehper C. Palavuzlar Jan 25 '11 at 12:45
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    German: "Da hilft kein Schütteln und kein Klopfen, immer in die Hose geht der letzte Tropfen". @Mehper. – RegDwigнt Jan 25 '11 at 13:06
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    Sigh. Men. Y'all do know there's this newfangled invention called "toilet paper", right? :D – Marthaª Mar 28 '11 at 14:46
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    "You can shake it in your hand, you can slam it on the wall. But until you get it in your pants, that last drop will not fall." – MT_Head May 22 '11 at 0:02
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    @Martha - Sigh. Women and their lack of anatomy knowledge - have a look at wikipedia male anatomy. The drop we are discussing is not wipe-able. – mplungjan May 22 '11 at 5:02
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The best phrase I've heard for the process is "shaking the dew off the lily."

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  • Cute. - I am sure Urban Dictionary have more, less elegant; – mplungjan May 22 '11 at 14:36
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Well, I would refer to it as personal hygiene.

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  • Except that anyone counting that as hygiene is seriously delusional – Grant Thomas Aug 8 '11 at 17:46
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The term I grew up with (in Baltimore) nd have heard in other generations and another part of the country (Colorado) is "wean." I think "shake" is more common; I have heard it more in popular culture.

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I went to a bar once where the toilets were labelled "Drip dry" and "Flip dry"...

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