The c-word, 'cunt', is perhaps the most offensive word in the English language, and consequently it has never been researched in depth. Hugh Rawson's Dictionary Of Invective contains the most detailed study of what he calls "The most heavily tabooed of all English words"though his article is only five pages long. According to Francis Grose's scurrilous definition, it is "a nasty name for a nasty thing"
Well gather round kids. Time for some wholesome learnin. In colonial times there was a lot of disease, especially sexually transmitted.
Q: How is a pussy like a grapefruit? A: The best ones squirt when you eat them. Q: Why is a vagina just like the weather?
Content warning: this post contains offensive language of a sexual nature. As does the real world. The parts of our bodies we could actually see and touch were either passed over in silence or shrouded in euphemism. Well, maybe not.
Women go to a salon where they spread their legs for a stranger who smears hot wax nail-bitingly close to important bits, strips of cloth are applied and then the whole lot gets ripped off. These women even pay money to have this done. But because I am disinclined to pay someone money for excruciating pain, this is not something I have ever done.
The issue that really has tongues wagging, the real money shot is that…The Duchess of Cambridge actually has pubic hair. Trust me, I can relate. In fact, I was delighted that I actually have something in common with royalty.
If you are bothered by the aroma and flavor of your lady parts and are looking for ways on how to make your vagina taste good, I have your back. Or should I say your front? I like having a good-tasting pussy and I want you to have one as well, so I have put together the following pro-tips and tricks.
This story is a fun one. It absolutely tickled me, and because it was both funny and sexy, I thought it was a great jumping off point for a naughty little story. She laughed, watching the bottles and bits of loofah handle bob around in the oily water. He came in and she looked at the bemused grin on his face.
I collected this lexicon to preserve some of the creative, interesting, or less-well-known words and phrases I encountered in North America in my time there from to and on later visits. I made the lexicon public because I thought it might amuse others as much as it amused me to compile it. It is intended for fluent speakers of Australian slang, although the frequency of e-mail from American addresses suggests it is diverting for Americans too.