1. lit. or fig. refs. to ejaculation.
(a) of a man, to ejaculate.
|in Erotic Muse (1992) 280: She dared him to take it as she lay stripped naked / And he did as everyone knows. / Oh, she laid a-dreaming while he laid a-creaming; / ’Twas down where the black hairs grow. / His cock was stiffer than julep when he saw her tulip / For it looked like a big red rose.|
|in Limerick (1953) 71: As he creamed my wife’s cunt, the coon said, / ‘I could fuck this until she was dead!’ / As he plugged up her trough, / I jerked myself off; / ‘If that’s how you feel, go ahead!’.|
|Naked Lunch (1968) 147: Another horrible character just sits there and [...] creams in his dry goods.|
|Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 94: Kev’s creaming his cassock for Faye already.|
|Faggots 87: [He] watched him pick up a creamed-upon square and eat it.|
|Traveller’s Tool 114: I know that fantastic old Polish tarmac-basher is creaming his cassock for a nice long chin-wag with Yours Truly.|
|Catching Up with Hist. 23: Gods onest trute, I woz creemin meself.‘Prufrock Scoused’|
|in Westsiders 382: Cooch screamin’ / Meat cleanin’ / Creamin’ / Tag teamin’.|
|(con. 1980s) Skagboys 68: A sliver of white panties, so electric against those Majorca-tanned thighs that I almost cream on the spot.|
(b) (US) to vomit.
|(con. 1948) Flee the Angry Strangers 45: He creamed all over the floor when you pushed him [...] That’s a sick guy.|
|letter 2 Nov. in Charters II (1999) 223: We tried to play your record from Fantasy but somebody creamed on it [...] The record is covered with some kind of gook.|
(c) of a woman, for the vagina to become wet.
|in Limerick (1953) 183: Her drawers cream at the mere thought of it.|
|One Hundred Dollar Misunderstanding 87: Her lil ol pussy jes a-creamin fer her beer boyfrien’.|
|Official and Doubtful 308: It was pitiful to see her creaming herself over him.|
|‘Chickenhawk’ at www.cultdeadcow.com [Internet] It was always this way with the slutty little brats I picked up, they swore they hated it, at the same time they were creaming all over themselves, as they remembered being nailed.|
(d) in fig. use, i.e to find something extremely exciting; to be very desirous of doing something.
|(con. 1930s–50s) Night People 117: Cream. To smile or be happy.|
|Stay Hungry 145: I just shot it up and sat there laughing at this spade I was with while I had this monster flash, like creamin off in my head.|
|Double Whammy (1990) 213: Gault must have creamed when his sister suggested you for the mark.|
|Powder 59: It was going to be a long wait, listening to them lot creaming it over the fucking mix.|
2. in fig. use, the perceived superiority of cream to milk.
(a) (orig. US) to kill, to destroy, to beat up comprehensively, to overcome easily.
|Phila. Inquirer 16 June n.p.: An essential part of the ‘toughie’s’ vocabulary is the verb ‘to cream.’ This verb has synonyms which make its meaning plain: To ‘knock cold,’ to ‘cool,’ to ‘beat up on’ and to ‘take.’ It may be used in connection with anything which the speaker dislikes and is often applied to certain examinations. A thing or a person which has been ‘creamed’ has been successfully treated in a violent manner.|
|Pulps (1970) 116/2: Sooner than give him up to another woman, you creamed him.‘Death’s Passport’ in Goodstone|
|(con. 1950) Band of Brothers 15: Yours [i.e. an assailant] nearly creamed you. [Ibid.] 17: Got shook from creamin’ the gook.|
|My Main Mother 99: I’m gonna really do a job on you, Mitchell, I’m gonna cream you.|
|Slammer (1977) 202: ‘Cream their ass!’ he yelled to the team.|
|It (1987) 231: Eddie forgot the rules, so they creamed him.|
|G’DAY 51: LES: Strewth, that the score? DAVO: Yeah, we’re gettin creamed.|
|Bad Debts (2012) [ebook] If you can work out how a bloke that’s so legless he’s passed out [...] can get sober enough to [...] drive about thirty blocks to cream some bitch.|
|Mystery Bay Blues 57: Four fishermen picked a fight with some bloke and he absolutely creamed them.|
|I, Fatty 143: Jack Dempsey creamed Jess Willard.|
(b) (also cream up) to win a sporting competition, to pass an examination easily or decisively, thus do anything well.
|Dict. of Exeter Lang. 12: Boy, did I cream that exam! [W&F].|
|New Yorker 19 Jan. 27: Now you guys [gangsters] all know what you’re supposed to do and when, so let’s cream this up. This is one caper I don’t want any slipup on [W&F].|
|CUSS 101: Cream Do well on an exam.et al.|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl.|
(c) of a driver, to go fast.
|Go, Man, Go! 84: You go for thrills. Cream and scream.|
|‘Weekend’ unpub. thesis in Hewitt (2000) 135: I’m almost doing seventy [...] Then Jim Lush creams past me on big new lilac Vespa S.S., he must be touching eighty.|
(d) in fig. use, to do something to excess, e.g. drinking.
|Trainspotting 199: Ah wis creamin a boatil ay tequila a day at one stage.|
1. to ejaculate or become vaginally wet while still fully dressed.
|Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 72: The first bastards who cop an eyeful of this lot will either cream their jeans or come across swiftly with the folding stuff.|
|Decadence and Other Plays (1985) 71: She sees what grows between my knees and creams her jeans.East in|
|It (1987) 372: ‘Ride it, Big Bill!’ Richie screamed, so scared he was nearly creaming his jeans but laughing wildly all the same.|
|Alt. Eng. Dict. [Internet] cream one’s jeans (verb phrase, idiom) to ejaculate in one’s underwear (or pants).|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. 55: cream your jeans To ejaculate sperm, or to become excessively excited. ANZ.|
2. in fig. use, to become very excited; note one-off extrapolation in cit. 1985.
|(ref. to late 1950s) Queens’ Vernacular 56: cream one’s jeans (late ’50s) to become climactically excited.|
|Obscenities 7: The interviewers will cream in their pants.‘National Guardsman’ in|
|Close Quarters (1987) 22: The Colonel came down and jus’ about creamed his fucken jeans, said there was something like six hundred fuckin’ body count.|
|(con. 1968) Citadel (1989) 206: Christ. Don’t cream your jeans, Captain. This won’t last long.|
|Traveller’s Tool 14: Bone structure which had some of Australia’s top fashion photographers creaming their Kodaks.|
|Way Past Cool 78: Some gonna start creamin their jeans over that goddam car.|
|Black Tide (2012) [ebook] Wait till you see this, you’ll cream your jeans.|
|see sense 1.|
|Raiders 23: When the police received Bob’s picture [...] they almost creamed their blue-serge pants.|
|Thrill City [ebook] That accent makes me cream my jeans every time I hear it.|
see under beef n.1
to masturbate; to bring to orgasm.
|Number One Adult Sexual Health Terms Advisor [Internet] Masturbation Slang Male Terms: [...] cream the cheese.|
|Las Vegas for Visitors at govegas.about.com [Internet] A $20 lap dance was enough to cream the cheese as an excellent dancer treated the purple headed avenger to an exercise in grinding one’s coffee.|
see sense 2b above.
to be wholly defeated, lit. and fig.
|Pal Joey 42: I got creamed out of the hotel spot in Ohio.|
|Gentleman Junkie (1961) 128: Get creamed once by a down chick and you’ve had it.‘Have Coolth’ in|
|(con. WWII) Marines! 66: Stop, Sarge! Don’t go in there or you’ll get creamed.|
|Thief 228: Well if you ain’t topped – who the hell was it got creamed in that Caddy?|
|If I Die in a Combat Zone (1980) 62: Christ, all us officers would sit around and [...] joke about getting our asses creamed.|
|Blood Brothers 29: Three guys are after my ass wit’ bats. I’m gonna get creamed. Hurry!|
|Strip Tease 65: Rojo was getting creamed, and Crandall wasn’t surprised.|
|Camden New Journal 3: The cats are getting creamed!|