The Language of Love, Lust, Sexand All the Many-Splendored Things in Between in Teenspeak - Jockspeak - Menglish - Slanglish - Spanglish Gaylese - Americanese - Britspeak - Ozslang - Funetic Populo-Vulgar Speech - T-Shirt & Net Shorthand Pompo-Verbosity & other Figurative Lingos
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SYNONYMS: 78 ; cue-snap ; dishonorable-discharge ; fall-in-the-furrow ; go-off-at-half-cock ; preemie ; premie ; quick-trick ; rabbit ; shoot-in-the-bush ; shoot-over-the-stubble ; short-timer .
(1) Cleo Borden (Mae West) to her new husband Edward Carrington, Earl of Stratton (Paul Cavanaugh) rephrasing the old saying 'Take is easy, you'll live longer' in Goin' to Town (1935): ' Take it easy, honey . You'll last longer .'
(2) Lili Von Shtup (Madeline Kahn) singing I'm Tired in Blazing Saddles (1974): ' I've been with thousands of men / Again and again / They promise the moon / They're always coming and gowing / And going and coming / And always too soon .'
(3) Honey (Sally Kirkland) and Rosie (Jean Willis) about Buffalo Bill Cody in Bite the Bullet (1975):
-- Honey: ' Wasn't he the fastest gun in the West? '
-- Rosie: ' Only in bed , kiddo .'
(4)V.I. Warshawski (Kathleen Turner) to Murray (Jay O . Sanders) in V.I. Warshawski (1991): ' You always did suffer from premature articulation .'
(5) Auto mechanic Ed Walters (Tim Robbins) explaining the ignition problem to Cathrine Boyd (Meg Ryan) and her fiancé (Stephen Fry) in I.Q. (1995):
-- James Norton: ' What is wrong with the car? '
-- Ed Walters: ' Well, my guess is your stroke is too short and your getting premature ignition . (Turns to Catherine) Does it ever feel that way? '