Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word


Obsolete term for a sexually active person, more often a woman . See playgirl for synonyms.
See Also: bimbo, cans, iceberg, icebox, icicle, meat market, roll, southern hemisphere, tootsie, tootsy

Quotes Containing jay:
Charlie Chong (Jan Gan Boyd) asking Jay Killian (Charles Bronson) if he''s falling in-love-with the First Lady in Assassination (1987): ''Are you falling for that bimbo?''
Charlie Chong (Jan Gan Boyd) asking Jay Killian (Charles Bronson) about his interest in The First Lady in Assassination (1987): ''Are your salmons swimming upstream?''
V.I. Warshawski (Kathleen Turner) to Murray (Jay O . Sanders) in V.I. Warshawski (1991): ''You always did suffer from premature articulation.''
Steve (Jay Thomas) in A Smile Like Yours (1997): ''The only time I can count as a threesome is when I use two hands.''
Charlie (Jan Gan Boyd) and Killy (Charles Bronson) in Assassination (1987): - Charlie Chong: ''You''re sure you never had a roll with that tootsie?'' - Jay Killian: ''No, Charlie . No tootsie-roll .''
Jay O''Neill (Adrian Zmed) in Bachelor Party (1984): ''I wish I had someone I could really respect... Hey, look at the cans on that bimbo!''
The First Lady, Larramie Royce (Jill Ireland) to secret service agent Jay Killian (Charles Bronson) if he?s falling in-love-with the first lady in Assassination (1987):''Killian, these are Italian shoes. They qualify as a lethal weapon . You lay one finger on me and you?ll get one in the southern-hemisphere .''
The Council Chief (Tony Jay), consulting The Monchine, a dictionary, to Celeste (Kim Basinger) in My Stepmother is an Alien (1988): 'The Monchine 40 says: Marriage is this. He goes off to fight the Turks and you put on a lock . (2nd definition.) Marriage is this: You cook and clean and bring him martinis. (3rd definition.) The modern marriage . There are no rules or responsabilities but if he does something wrong you can set him on fire while he sleeps and go on a talk show where everybody will forgive you and love you.'

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