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The act of sitting on one's hand for 20 minutes to make it go numb, and proceeding to jerk off with that hand. This will give the feeling of a hand job from someone else.
I gave myself the stranger many times in college.
de The Great X-wing Ace 25 mars 2003
Sitting on your hand until it is numb, then proceed to rub one out.
Seen on the movie "Gone in 60 Seconds".

"I've got this new move called the Stranger. I sit on my hand for 15-20 minutes then I rub one out"
de row 3 août 2004
From Chapelle Show:
To masturbate while you hands are numb, to give the sensation that someone else is pleasuring you.
Dave Chapelle as Lil' John: Sometimes i like to sit on my hand until it gets numb and then masturbate. I call it the stranger.
de sensei 4 mai 2004
Sitting on your hand until it falls asleep and then jerking off, giving you the feeling of a hand job from someone else.
last night i was hella bored so i pulled the stranger on myself
de arlie 6 septembre 2004
When you sit on your hand until it becomes numb, then masturbate.
Last night, when nobody was home, I gave myself a stranger.
de Darron M. 11 janvier 2007
When one sits on ones hands until there are numb and then jerks off. This will feel like a job from someone else, hence the name, "the stranger"
Mr. Freeze - stick joor hand in icewater until it is numb and proceed
The Snowman - stick your hand in snow and proceed
Pyro - Burn your hand until you cant feel it and proceed
My hand is numb......
de Coder #1337 9 mai 2005
Back in Spring 1979 when Boeing's B-52 OAS (Offensive Avionics Systems) was in Phase 1 there were plenty of new hires, most of which did not know each other. Management decided we needed to know who the other people were in all of the other groups. Sure we could have informal meetings here at work but that would just be another thing we would have to attend keeping us from getting the job done. A few of us got together and said we would form a softball league that would allow employees to meet in an informal setting away from work where we could get to know one another.

We called it a Picnic League. The idea was for us to bring our families out, have a picnic, play some softball and enjoy ourselves while we got to know our fellow employees. The teams originally were made up of members of your own group or organization; such as Software, Materiel, Test, Systems Engineering, etc. The rule was you had to be either in that organization or you were a family member of someone in that org.

The first year was a success. The Air Force customer even got a team together to play against us.

As time went along, more and more people wanted to play in our league, it was just too fun. When this happened the rules were laxed and groups of people from different organization joined together to form teams. At one point we had so many teams we had two leagues, playoffs and championship games.

Then things got serious. Some players forgot this was a fun league and rivalries exploded. The league fell apart and almost came to an end. A few of us old timers said we wanted to keep playing but only for fun. Just the excuse we needed to get interns involved.
So we put together a few teams, got the sponsors to drag the interns out, bought a few cases of beer and the rest is history.
de Filbert 27 mars 2005
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