Thursday, May 20, 2010

Lessons from Last Night

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  1. lollipoop.

  2. All I’m saying is, that has to be serious Tarzan vine between that chick’s legs for it to be soooo terrible that commenting on it like a freshman is acceptable. Mhmm.

  3. Paranoid Android

    @48 ‘quim’ = win

    Re: Pubic hair, CYE anyone?

  4. Damien is a freak, and his actions and reasoning are proof of his freakdom.
    You were all too busy arguing the pros and cons of bald vs hairy genitals to notice this? I’m so surprised… NOT.

    mwnci tal, “quim”, now that’s a new one to me, haha.

  5. Ahh, you noticed it too, Paranoid, it’s a good one, huh?

  6. quim is quite a common turn of phrase in england. it’s the word for a vagina. it would be socially acceptable to use the word ‘quim’, for example, during a protracted joke at a bar. i may be wrong on this, but i think it shares a common origin with the word ‘cunt’ from chaucer:

    ‘ full prively he caught her by the queinte ‘

    is a line from the miller’s tale. also, sorry to poop your party mwnci tal, but i’m fairly sure the word ‘clunge’ means vaginal fluid – ‘knee-deep in clunge’ – QED – hence the action of ‘a tidy up of one’s clunge’ requires not some tweezers/a razor and a small mirror, but a mop and a vasty slopbucket.

  7. quim is quite a common turn of phrase in england. it’s the word for a vagina. it would be socially acceptable to use the word ‘quim’, for example, during a protracted joke at a bar. i may be wrong on this, but i think it shares a common origin with the word ‘c*nt’ from chaucer:

    ‘ full prively he caught her by the queynte ‘

    is a line from the miller’s tale. also, sorry to poop your party mwnci tal, but i’m fairly sure the word ‘clunge’ means vaginal fluid – ‘knee-deep in clunge’ – QED – hence the action of ‘a tidy up of one’s clunge’ requires not some tweezers/a razor and a small mirror, but a mop and a vasty slopbucket.

  8. Paranoid Android

    I see your ‘clunge’ and raise you a ‘flange’.

    Old school genital slang, it’s the future.

  9. lol

  10. I’ve had too much coffe.

  11. minge anyone…?

  12. Btw “full prively he caught her by the queynte” from “miller’s tale”? What’s that? Some ancient lore about genital exploration?

    Meatcave.

  13. naw, clunge is just another word for va-jay-jay.

    keeping it tidy is nice but i’m always wary of men prefering ‘bald’. gives me the creeps.

  14. If there’s grass on the field, play ball.

  15. ParanormalRomance

    Couldn’t agree more, Nantaise…I mean, when you think of the age that is naturally bald — and that is what they prefer? So so wrong….>.<

  16. Quaint and Cunning (or later, cunny) come from the same time period. No puns intended. All seem a nicer way to say the “C” word. Gotta love Chaucer and Shakespeare for representin’.

  17. Doubt anyone’ll be reading this now, but quim comes (snigger) from the welsh word cwm, meaning valley.

    @55 I see your flange and raise you a growler.

  18. Awaiting moderation? WTF?

  19. Gonna do me a little experiment… bear with me folks…

  20. quim

  21. cwm

  22. flange

  23. growler

  24. Hm. Lamebook has no problems with any of those words… then why won’t it post my explanation of quim’s origin?

    Damn you, Lamebook!

  25. mwnci – have just looked up ‘clunge’ – i stand corrected. accept my ‘umbles.

    ‘growler’ made me choke on my coco pops.

    also isn’t a ‘cwm’ a kind of glacial lake? i was thinking of writing a post about medial and lateral moraines, but now i’m worried the lamebook censors might get to it!

    you’re not allowed to say the word in the phonetic alphabet that represents ‘s’, but with an ‘a’ instead of the ‘e’. true story.

  26. Excellent literary references, folks, thank you!! I remember being shocked when I snuck in my first read of “Lady Chatterly’s Lover” back in middle school to see the word c*unt in it.

    Not for the word itself, but for how old the word was.

    @ mwnci tal, don’t let it get you down. LB will simply not let the two word phrase for “pan that fries” escape from the moderation gaol either.

  27. frying pan

  28. I’m learning so many new words by reading this! I’ve definitely never heard of Quim, clunge, flange or any other ones you all just mentioned.

    @Nantaise and ParanormalRomance; I get the connection you are making, but I don’t think that is necessarily accurate. I mean, maybe it’s just common in my area, but I don’t know any girls that don’t shave. I would think it would just be something guys are used to. As for myself, I cannot stand body hair, so any girl sporting an afro down there would be a major turn off.

  29. Quite aside from the “what do men prefer” aspect of things, waxing/shaving also prevents those stray pubes that emerge from the bottom half of a bikini, as well as making periods just that little bit less icky.

  30. Shaved, trimed, bushy, it’s all fine. Fantastic, even. However I don’t get the “oh, you like pre-pubescent girls” thing regarding the shaved snatches. What if you bang a chick with small boobs? Like, really really tiny boobs? Does that make you a pedo? If you ran away after seeing the insignificant chest mounds, would that make you a stand up guy, or just a tit obsessed dick?

    Everyone has their own tastes, and that’s wonderful. Variety is the spice of life. But I don’t like you people discounting the effort I put in to nailing 8 year olds by comparing them to consenting adults.

  31. @72 Cwm is a Welsh word meaning ‘valley’, which is where the English got ‘quim’. Quite possibly it’s also a name for a glacial lake in another language.

  32. Dammit Soup, you made me snort my tea back out of my nose!

  33. @81 Well now I just want to call it my fjord.

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