1. a stupid person.
|Comic Almanack May 54: How he did foam and rage, [...] And call the potboy hog, and dog, and log.|
|‘Whisper All Aussie Dict.’ in Kings Cross Whisper (Sydney) xxxvi 4/1: log: Dill.|
|He who Shoots Last 216: Y’ain’t stuck up no iron tanks before. Neither has ya big log of a mate.|
|(ref. to 1960s) Aus. Slanguage (1989) 171: He publically expressed the view that all foreigners [...] were wogs, dogs, bogs or logs.|
|DSUE (8th edn) 693: since early 1930s.|
|Layer Cake 110: They both have a natural talent to inspire irritation in plums and logs world-wide.|
2. the chin.
|Rigby’s Romance (1921) Ch. xiv: [Internet] He gits home on the butt o’ the log this time. I drops agen, an’ rolls under the (adj.) billiard table.|
3. (US drugs, also log stick) an opium pipe.
|Opium Addiction in Chicago.|
|Lang. Und. (1981) 105/2: log. An opium pipe.‘Lang. of the Und. Narcotic Addict’ Pt 2 in|
|Criminal Sl. (rev. edn).|
|Traffic In Narcotics 312: log. An opium pipe.|
|Narcotics Lingo and Lore 103: Log stick – The pipe of an opium smoker.|
4. a piece of excrement.
|Roger’s Profanisaurus Rex 184/1: log n. Bum cigar, brown trout. [...] log fire n. The pain experienced in the back body the morning after eating a particularly spicy Ruby Murray.|
|Hurricane Punch 221: The big inside secret is how many turds they get in the mail [...] real logs.|
|(con. 1980s) Skagboys 39: First thing every morning a drop a log.|
|Crongton Knights 10: I knew it was bad. the logs were about to spill over the toilet seat.|
5. (Aus.) a large person.
|Riverslake 113: Oh, one of the blokes in the kitchen got the sack. A big log valled Vodavitch.|
6. (US) a bar counter [the wood from which it is constructed].
|Pimp 78: His delicate pinkie scooted the saw buck back to me across the log.|
7. (US) the penis.
|Goodbye to The Hill (1966) 76: Yeh, she’s a widow and from the way she trembles when you get near her nobody’s sunk a log there in recent months, so I’m going to give her one. [Ibid.] 176: After the number of times I sunk the log last night she’d never believe I was a brownie.|
|Lex. of Cadet Lang. 217: usage: ‘You going to show her your log tonight?’.|
8. (US drugs) a marijuana cigarette.
|ONDCP Street Terms 14: Log — Marijuana cigarette; PCP.|
9. (US drugs) phencyclidine [? sense 2].
|ONDCP Street Terms 14: Log — [...] PCP.|
10. an erection.
|‘Remember the Times’ [lyrics] Was a horny dog, mornings waking up with a log.|
see sense 3 above.
|(con. 1950s) Age of Rock 2 (1970) 103: Back with the guys, who had probably been wacking (jacking) off, beating the meat, flogging the log.‘The Fifties’ in Eisen|
|Lex. of Cadet Lang. 145: usage: ‘Bill has locked his door. Probably going to flog the log’.|
|‘The World’s Largest Collection of Male Masturbation Synonyms’ at Worldwidewank.com [Internet] Flogging your log.|
|AllAboutSex.org [Internet] ‘Words for Masturbation’ [...] 298. Slog the log.|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl.|
(Aus.) to hide.
|Richmond River Herald (NSW) 27 Oct. 8/1: Every budding candidate for parliamntary honors [...] has either twisted right round or gone up a hollow log till the voting is over.|
|Richmond River Exp. (NSW) 23 Mar. 4/1: Meanwhile the calamity howlers, who contended the council was [...] bound to make a loss and reduce the ratepayers to bankruptcy, have gone up a hollow log.|
|Popular Dict. Aus. Sl.|
(Aus.) a dull, stupid person; thus log of ebony, a stupid black person.
|‘Plunder Creek’ in Bentley’s Misc. Feb. 128: You ’tarnal lazy log of ebony.|
|Foveaux 309: You don’t mean to tell me you take any notice of a blasted log of wood like him?|
|He who Shoots Last 53: Yer a nice bloody log of wood Wrecker.|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. 129: log of wood Stupid or lazy person. ANZ.|
see under sink v.