I'm still catching up with Flightchops, and came across this episode about his first tail wheel solo. As he touches down for his first landing (around 5:03 in the video) he says "Get ready to stuff it in the back right corner". He says it again a few seconds later.
I am low time in tail draggers (about 3 hours post endorsement) and I don't remember ever hearing my instructor use this phraseology.
What does he mean by this? Is this common aviation terminology or just something he picked up from his instructor?
I can make an educated guess that he means to deflect the stick to the rear and right to allow for a three point landing with a right x-wind, but I'd love to get confirmation of this from the experts.
Note: I did google this, and came up blank.