Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word
standing:Or: standing-member , since the 16 th century, a penis in erection. See penis for synonyms.
See Also: 24/7/365, 4-F(s), a bit of hard for a bit of soft, a knee trembler, adult bookshop, B & T, bar, bit of hard for a bit of soft, bit of snug for a bit of stiff, blue handkerchief, bustle pinching, Cateracts of the Nile, cock-stand, cocktus erectus, dangle-parade, dingus, do a perpendicular, Doctor Johnson, doing a perpendicular, dorsal, dot, DP, dry off with either a his or her(s) towel, easy on the eyes, easy to look at, fat one, fico, Four Fs, ganzabil, give a bit of hard for a bit of soft, give the fig, have a knee trembler, hipocrocadogapig, honey, Ireland, knee trembler, a, leg spreader, M, M/M, M/s, make a move on, makeup, on the bonk, one-nighter, pearl diving, phallic decorum, prick, push, senility, stand, stand up job, standard, standing, stasivalence, Stonewall Uprising, The, stunt cock, T & A, three-penny upright, three-penny uprighter, tits and ass, trash-rack, trick day, trick night, turf, twenty-four seven, upright, upright grand, vertigo, wall job, watch queen, work the door
Quotes Containing standing:
English proverb: ''A standing prick has no conscience.''
''She was real easy-to-look-at but I hoped I never saw her again.'' Smith (Bruce Willis) in Last Man Standing (1999)
Jean Newton (Ginger Rogers) and David Grant (Ronald Colman) in Lucky Partners (1940): - Jean: 'You don't believe in marriage?' - David: 'That institution, like the Coliseum in Rome, is still standing , but it certainly shows the ravages of time, doesn't it?'
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