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Propane tanks are widely used with barbeque grills. But it's not fun to find out half-way through your grilling that you've run out of gas. You can buy gauges that measure the pressure inside the tank to see how much is left. The gauge measures pressure and will register a higher pressure on a hot day than it will on a cold day.
While "hanky code" can go by many names including handkerchief code, bandana code, or flagging , the term refers to a system of signaling your interest in certain sexual interests and fetishes by wearing or tucking a bandana of a certain color into your left or right pocket, and is commonly used by the gay male community and the BDSM community, according to Christene Lozano, certified sex addiction therapist and LMFT at Meraki Counseling. The term itself came from a writer from The Village Voice, who wrote about the system in early , adds Shane. As for the use of hanky code in the BDSM community, it was after the gay community had popularized the code that it became popular among BDSM practitioners, explains Lozano.
PnP or party and play — also called "chemsex" in Great Britain — is a subculture of drug use that occurs while having sex. PnP has been widely associated with gay men and with men who have sex with other men, although it spans sexual preferences. The practice dates back to the seventies, but It has peaked since or so. PnP is more common in urban areas.