laid:Or: layed , having had sexual-intercourse . See copulation for synonyms.
(3) Jonathan Moore (Anthony Edwards) and Manolo (Nick Corri) in Gotcha! (1985):
-- Jonathan Moore: ' It's hopeless, Manolo, I'm never going to get-laid .'
-- Manolo: ' Although that thought may be of great comfort to the women of the world , Mr. Moore, as a future veterinarian, you should know that every dog eventually has his day .'
See Also: ben's gran, bitched, buggered, and bewildered, cable laying, clap eyes on, clap one's eyes on, dead easy, defecation, displacement, dock, easy make, easy mark, easy ride, Georgia Home Boy, get laid, get layed, GHB, Great Hormones at Bed Time, Grievous Bodily Harm, Hairy back, bad in the sack, hedge whore, hedge-creeper, laid, lay, lay a cable, lay cable, lay eyes on, lay one's eyes on, lay the leg, lay the wood, layed, leaping over the sword, Liquid Ecstasy, Liquid Sex, Liquid Soap, love lane, Phthirus pubis, quandong, rape drugs, scoop, screwed, blued, and tattooed, screwed, jewed and tattooed, set eyes on, set one's eyes on, southern hemisphere, spooning, spoons, star-gazer, stargazer, virgin pullet
Quotes Containing laid:
Dorothy Parker: ''If all the girls at the Yale Prom were laid end to end , I wouldn''t be at all surprised.''
Michael (Jeff Goldblum) in The Big Chill (1983): ''I believe in the old theory that everybody does everything in order to get-laid .''
Joyce Mannering (Marilyn Monroe) clapping eyes on millionnaire Victor Macfarland (Zachary Scott) in Let''s Make It Legal (1951): ''My motor''s been running ever since I laid eyes on him.''
Jonathan Moore (Anthony Edwards) and Manolo (Nick Corri) in Gotcha! (1985): - Jonathan: ''It''s hopeless, Manolo, I''m never going to get-laid .'' - Manolo: ''Although that thought may be of great comfort to the women of the world , Mr. Moore, as a future veterinarian, you should know that every dog eventually has his day.''
'Running into an old sweetheart . If all his old sweethearts were laid end to end you could use them as a sidewalk.' Nora Charles (Myrna Loy) about her husband in The Thin Man Goes Home (1944)
George (Ian Bannen) raising a toast in Hope and Glory (1987): ''I''m seventy-three years old. I''ve seen half the wonders of the world and I never laid eyes on a finer sight than the curve of Betty Browning''s breasts. ''
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