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Alternative everyday words as punting/sex words

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We know that some terms we use here have a double meaning in the non-sex world (e.g. atm, a-levels) and I always find myself chuckling inside when a mate says one of these terms in everyday life in a non-sexual way.  Recently I have found that whenever one of my mates or colleagues mention a holiday to Dubai I always look at the curiously because Dubai has always been a place that I know many of us have been or would like to go to meet WGs.

Does anyone else have experiences of other everyday terms like this?

For me its Dubai lol

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I always thought that Thailand was the place to go.

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Water sports seems to have a new meaning :)

 

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It's difficult to keep from hide-it-by-coughing when over dinner someone remarks that for their anniversary their husband has given them the present of a full facial.

 

 

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or a pearl necklace?

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Going punting in Cambridge. 

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Where do I start?!? English language is full of double meanings. Any wonder so many foreigners struggle with the lingo?

 

BBC:- It's not just the British Broadcasting Co-operation anymore is it

Happy ending:- I thought this only happened in children's fairy tales.

Hard Sports:- I always have a sh!t time playing chess or rugby lol.

Cream pie:- I got the dirtiest look from the girl in Greggs* when I asked for this the other day.

D.I.Y:- I got asked to leave B&Q when I started jacking off in there... they said the garage was around the corner.

Vanilla:- Oh wait, this means the same in the sex and the civvie world lol

*other bakeries do exist

 

 

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12 hours ago, DirtyGit said:

Where do I start?!? English language is full of double meanings. Any wonder so many foreigners struggle with the lingo?

 

BBC:- It's not just the British Broadcasting Co-operation anymore is it

Happy ending:- I thought this only happened in children's fairy tales.

Hard Sports:- I always have a sh!t time playing chess or rugby lol.

Cream pie:- I got the dirtiest look from the girl in Greggs* when I asked for this the other day.

D.I.Y:- I got asked to leave B&Q when I started jacking off in there... they said the garage was around the corner.

Vanilla:- Oh wait, this means the same in the sex and the civvie world lol

*other bakeries do exist

 

 

Well done. I thought it very funny indeed. Only wish I could have thought of that myself!!

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11 hours ago, oldjack said:

Well done. I thought it very funny indeed. Only wish I could have thought of that myself!!

... And with a name like "oldjack"  the D.I.Y. one would have suited you to a tee ;)

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I will never be able to use an ATM again without thinking bad thoughts.

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On 01/02/2016 at 7:00 PM, Pia said:

Water sports seems to have a new meaning :)

 

Some years ago I was in a holiday and we had a big group of Italians near us - every day in the morning one girl would shout to the others to join her in the sea with the words: 'aqua gym, aqua gym'.  I could not wipe my partner's smirk off his face.

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A window shopping holiday in Amsterdam.

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