Definitions for gang bang
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A gang rape.
An orgy, especially a sexual one.
A gang fight.
Protecting gang turf, especially when dealing drugs or other black market objects.
A gang bang is a situation in which a person engages in consensual sex acts with several individuals at the same time. Normally there is a single individual who is the central focus of the sexual activity, e.g. one woman surrounded by several men. Rather than serial couplings by two people, the gang bang is defined by the number and simultaneity of the various sex acts such as oral sex, anal sex or double penetration. Gang bangs are not defined by the precise number of participants but usually involve more than three people and may involve a dozen or more. When the gang bang is organized specifically to culminate with the simultaneous or rapid serial ejaculations of all male participants on the woman, then it may be referred to by the Japanese term Bukkake. By contrast, three people engaged in sex is normally referred to as a threesome, and four people are normally referred to as a foursome. Gang bangs also differ from group sex, such as threesomes and foursomes, in that most sexual acts are centered on or performed with just the central person. Although the participants of a gang bang may know each other, the spontaneity and anonymity of participants is often part of the attraction. Additionally the other participants normally do not engage in sex acts with each other, but may stand nearby and masturbate while waiting for an opportunity to engage in sex.
The New Hacker's Dictionary
The use of large numbers of loosely coupled programmers in an attempt to wedge a great many features into a product in a short time. Though there have been memorable gang bangs (e.g., that over-the-weekend assembler port mentioned in Steven Levy's Hackers), and large numbers of loosely-coupled programmers operating in bazaar mode can do very useful work when they're not on a deadline, most are perpetrated by large companies trying to meet unrealistic deadlines; the inevitable result is enormous buggy masses of code entirely lacking in orthogonality. When market-driven managers make a list of all the features the competition has and assign one programmer to implement each, the probability of maintaining a coherent (or even functional) design goes to epsilon. See also firefighting, Mongolian Hordes technique, Conway's Law.
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