One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I could distinguish the remnants of a sesame bagel on his tash, and the sharp stench of old sweat.’
- ‘You see, we're not sporting ridiculous taches all weekend.’
- ‘Both men are beautiful, pretty boys in different ways, both with long dark hair and beards and tashes.’
- ‘There are times when I'm behind the wheel that I wish I was wearing an Afro wig and a fake tash.’
- ‘And no, the tache definitely won't be coming back.’
Late 19th century: shortened form.
verb[no object]tash on
Make sexual advances or engage in sexually intimate behaviour.‘so my best friend tashed on with my ex-fiancé last night even after I asked her not to’‘the pair were spotted tashing on like there was no tomorrow later in the evening’
Early 21st century: origin unknown.
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