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A person's mouth.‘you might at least have the courtesy to keep your cakehole closed’
- ‘Every once in a long while, he actually shuts his cakehole.’
- ‘And if any of you has just cause as to why we should not name these songs, please clamp your cakehole shut.’
- ‘It's a rare occasion that I can consciously recall getting up, lugging my bod into the shower, shoveling some toast in my cakehole and lumbering, fresh-faced, out the door.’
- ‘A stream of expletives comes out of his cakehole about how much I scared him, and how I need to watch my line.’
- ‘Every flavourless morsel of sandwich, every last disgusting splodge of bitter, vinegary BBQ gunk, they disappeared down my cakehole as if they were spiced sugar plums.’
- ‘He's got a huge cakehole that needs stuffing.’
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