Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word
champagne:Dialectical slang, especially in golden-showers, for urine.
See Also: beef burger, client, cull, fare, meatball, party girl, patron, piper, TOS
Quotes Containing champagne:
Charlie McCarthy (voice of Edgar Bergen) in Look Who''s Laughing (1941): ''Love is like champagne , marriage is the headache and divorce is the aspirin tablet.''
Charlie McCarthy (voice of Edgar Bergen) in Look Who's Laughing (1941): 'Love is like champagne , marriage is the headache and divorce is the aspirin tablet.'
Wyn Strafford (Dennis Morgan) to Kitty (Ginger Rogers) in Kitty Foyle (1940): ''Darling, you look like the wrapping around the neck of a champagne bottle .''
Fun-loving Flicienne (Eva Gabor) explains how she came to take a champagne bath with a Duke in A New Kind of Love (1963): 'How could I say no when it's so much easier to say yes?'
'It looks like Chuck's taken the old-one-eye to the optometrist.' Grandpa Gustafson (Burgess Meredith) spying Chuck (Ossie Davis), with flowers and champagne , going to Ariel's (Ann-Margret) house in Grumpy Old Men (1993)
'I've got oysters and champagne in the fridge. Why don't you come in for a bite .' The Countess to James Bond (Sean Connery) in For Your Eyes Only (1981)
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