fling off

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Another fellow used to get loaded every Saturday night, then come crashing through the barracks, where he'd fling off his clothes and sprawl naked across his bed.
At a more typical impact speed, which would be at least 10 times faster, says Zuber, youd make a big hole and fling off ejecta - in short form, a massive crater.
Once they're in their home, though, they fling off their robes to reveal colourful, even gaudy clothes--and these women are hot