Top definition. To recieve a blowjob while operating a motorized vehicle. I recieved road head while driving to Minneapolis today.
This summer, my girlfriend and I were driving back from a day spent relaxing on the beach when we started talking about the pinnacle of vehicular sex acts — road head. Both she and I had never tried it before, and after several minutes of hesitation, we decided to just go for it. Things started slowly, me trying to keep my focus on the road and her trying to figure out where everything needed to be positioned. After about a minute, my girlfriend was successfully bobbing up and down on my dick, one of my hands in her hair and the other hand gripping the wheel. Yeah, things were going pretty nicely. It was at that point that I took a quick look to my right, just in time to see a middle-aged man pull up next to our car in a white pickup truck. After a moment he took a look to his left, his elevated position giving him a perfect view of the entire scene. He did a double take, looking away before quickly snapping his head back as he realized what he was seeing. Our eyes connected for two unbearably awkward seconds, me still getting blown while his expressionless face stared directly into my soul. After a few moments, his face burst into a hilariously wide grin as gave me a big thumbs up and drove off down the freeway.
For some, that thrill is amplified when trying a new sex act in a car — even more so when the car is moving. She tried road head late at night on a quiet residential street. Though it can be thrilling, getting caught giving or receiving oral sex while driving can have serious consequences. Dangerous driving and an indecent act are both criminal charges under the Criminal Code of Canada.
Or is it both? Are you the sort of person who goes bungee-jumping without triple-checking the ripcord? You could die, the person giving you road head could die or someone else could die. Randy Joe Allen, a year-old Florida man, learned that the hard way when, while getting road head from a woman he met at a bar, he felt a bump in the road and kept going. He said he must have hit a stop sign, but really he had plowed into a cyclist and killed him. A third said they sped while doing it, another third drifted out of their lane and 11 percent let go of the steering wheel completely. Obviously, hands-free road head is ill-advised. All it takes is one pothole to end up with a severed dick, a bruised throat or at least a lot of embarrassment. For the receiver of the road head, it could be awkward to be spotted by other drivers, particularly, say, scandalized children, or voyeuristic truckers. What exactly happens when you receive a moving beej violation?