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1. Sex appeal (and personality). IT refers to that strange and mysterious THING or MAGNETISM attracting both sexes. ' S/He got it! If you could bottle IT you'd make a fortune .' See also: sex-appeal .
-- The It-girl , Clara Bow, sexy American actress of the 1920s.
SYNONYMS: allure; appeal; attraction; attractiveness; beefcake (male sa); charm; cheesecake ; come-on ; dissa-and-datta ; enticement; erotic-charm ; es-ay ; fascination; get-together-principle,-the ; have-plenty-of-snap-in-her-garter ; have-a-lot-of-what-s/he's-got ; have IT in a big way ; have IT in large gobs; have IT in large helpings; have-plenty-of-this-and-that ; have-plenty-of-what-s/he's-got ; invitingness; it-and-that ; it-and-more ; It-ness ; ittiness ; ittishness ; lovableness; magnetism; (the) makings; masculine-quotient (male sa); mmph ; MQ (male sa); myeh ; nyeh ; old-stuff,-the ; oomph ; pleasurableness; pull ; runcible ; S.A. (sex appeal); SAM (sex appeal and magnetism); seductiveness; sex-apple ; sex-stuff ; sex-voltage ; sextraction ; sexual attractiveness; sexiness ; sizzle ; skin ; steamy ; stuff ; that-certain-something ; that-thing ; thata ; these-and-those ; this-and-that ; thisa-and-thata ; umph ; what-it-takes ; winsomeness; X-appeal ; yumph .
(1) Beaucaire (Bob Hope) in Monsieur Beaucaire (1946): ' When you've got it, you've got it. There's nothing you can do about it .'
(2) Junior (Bob Hope) and Ebeneezer (Paul E. Burns) speaking about Mike (Jane Russell) a performer in Son of Paleface (1952):-- Junior: ' She's really got it! '-- Ebeneezer: ' She's got what? '-- Junior: ' I don't know but if we could bottle it we could make a fortune .'
(3) Jim Scott (William Lundigan) in Love Nest (1951): ' I don't know what old Charlie's got, but I wish I could bottle it. We'd make a fortune .'
(4) Uncle Benny (Ned Beatty) peeping on his sunbathing neighbor Storm Reynolds (Sam Jenkins) with a looking glass in Ed and His Dead Mother (1994): ' Sex! That's what it's all about. From the onset of puberty it's what occupies ninety percent of our time, the pursuit of sex , right? Ed, sex is life and if it was a pronoun she'd be IT .'
(5) Rudyard Kipling (1965-1936), Traffics and Discoveries (1904): ' Tisn't beauty , so to speak, nor good talk necessarily. It's just IT. Some women'll stay in a man's memory if they once walk down a street .'
2. The penis ; sometimes referred to as: whatsit . See penis for synonyms.
-- Flog it / fist/flip/have/pull/rub/toss it off / give it a tug , to masturbate .
-- Gum it / kiss-it-(down) / take-it-in-the-mouth / whomp-it-up / yummy uo on it , to fellate .
-- Get it up , to have a penile-erection .
3. The vagina ; sometimes referred to as: name-it-not / whatsit . See vagina for synonyms.
-- Juice it up / leave-it-to-beaver / rub-it-off / stirring-it-up , to masturbate .
-- Do it the French-way / kiss-it-(down) / lap-it , to cunnilinguate .
4. Sex; sexual activity, sexual-intercourse : do-it / drive-it-home / drive-it-to-home-base / get-at-it / get-down-to-it / get-it-on / get-to-it / go-at-it / go-to-it / hive-it / hole-it / make-it-with / pop-it-in / slip-it-to / stick-it-in / try it (on) for size, etc.
-- Groom it , to marry.
-- Gone and done it , married .
-- Goo it , to kiss .
-- Lets Do It , 1928 Cole Porter musical hit .
-- It didn't take , said of a marriage or relationship that, like a glue , failed to bond.
-- It's-not-you-it's-me , now a cliché for ending a relationship .
5. Orgasm and/or ejaculation . Get it off . See ejaculation and orgasm for synonyms.
6. Virginity. Lose it / losing it , the loss of virginity . (In a nonsexual sense, losing it also means losing ones temper.) See deflower for synonyms.
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