Joined: 07 Apr 2003
|Posted: Thu, 03.28.13 9:59 pm Post subject:
|your flower, your tuppence, pickle, tissy, Mary, flump, putt, tuchas, minny, pum-pum, tinkle, fairy, foof, my lady, woo-woo, bits and pieces, muffin, cupcake, and pocket.
Valerie, Aunty Helen, pasta shell, bumgina, fandango, Yorkshire pudding ("She would cry, 'I've got sand in my Yorkshire!'"), Under Henge, and Birmingham City Centre
your difference, your secret, your problem, scrumtralescent Fanny Adams (nickname of a murdered Victorian child; not a great day at the Vagina Imaginarium, all told), and vent.
Across the range, it was interesting to note the appearance of la‑la, tinky, and po ‚Äî meaning almost the entire cast of Teletubbies appear to be based on familial slang words for "vagina."
These days, in a world where adolescents get all their sex education from pornography, Adam may have named the animals, but Ron Jeremy names the vaginas.
Your sex: sounds like a preemptive attempt to shift blame.
Hole: a bad thing that can happen to stockings or tights. My Johnnylulu is a GOOD thing that happens to stockings and tights.
Honeypot: inference of imminent presence of bees.
Twat: an unpleasant m?©lange of cow-pat, stupidity, and punching. No.
Bush: the band of the same name are tiresome. The vegetation has spiders. No.
Vag: sounds like the name of a busybody battleaxe, ?† la "Barb" and "Val." Suggestion also of chain-smoking Marlboro Lights, and borderline addiction to bingo. No.
Minge: sounds a bit like a slightly put-upon cat. Sometimes mine feels like that.
Foof: pampered, slightly ridiculous French poodle.
The Saarlac Pit: endless resonance, not least because, however much it wants Han Solo inside it, it never quite gets him.
YOU CAN DO ANYTHING
as long as you have a safe word.