A sexual position, usu. involving two or more males. Little is know about The Gaffney, other than that it is extremely difficult (often referred to as 'damn near impossible') to master or even perform. Although it takes its participants to heights of sexual pleasure never before experienced by mere mortals, it leaves them exhausted and ravaged to the point of near death. Ancient texts speak of those who take part in The Gaffney being left blind, mute, or even paralyzed. Aristotle, Immanuel Kant and John Stuart Mill were all known to have been practicioners of The Gaffney.
"And then bestowed upon him was knowledge of a value unmatched in the world of men, and he was warned to share the knowledge with only the worthy, the pure of heart and noble of spirit. And he was told that from that day forward all would revere the name of The Gaffney."