The copulatory organ of a Dravidoid
male. It is also
applied to the organ of Aryan-speaking Shudra men, who are ultimately of Dravidoid
origin. The name is derived both from the unusually large
size as well
as the dark black colour
of the average Dravidian
penis. The term is also
on the rich wildlife and wide diversity of snakes on the Malabar
coast, as exemplified by the Malabar
Pit Viper, the Travancore Shieldtail, and the numerous snake species at the Parassinikkadavu Snake Park
in N. Malabar
district. When paired and contrasted with the term "Ganges Worm", the combination is used to further dramatize and emphasize the vast
size difference between the usually diminutive fair Aryan penis and the generally oversized black Dravidian
1. Antonio de Silva: You should
see the way those Aryani (Aryan) & Firangi (European) molhers (women) flock to Goa to chase those "Nigros Malabaros" (Malabar Negroes)!
Mario de Souza: Yes, those female tourists are definitely addicted to the Malabar Black Snake !
2. The Portoghalee (Lusitanic) tourist
Dona Paola at Goa moaned as the Shudra Goonda inserted his one-foot long Malabar Black Snake into her tight pink Portoghalee vagina. It was much longer
than the four-inch White Portoghalee Pintos
(small penises) she was used
3. Riaz: I have fallen in love
with Zeba! Do you think I have a chance with her ?
Pervez: No way! All of her Yaars (lovers) have been
only Shudra Men. Proves she doesn't like us Aryan boys and our Ganges Worms. She only wants those Malabar Black Snakes!