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1. Penis. See penis for synonyms.
2. In America, a male homosexual , specifically a pederast .
See Also: bubbies' uncle, Uncle Samantha, protection, Tristan, gator, goodies, badger game, piece of tail, a piece of tail, Abélard, penis,
Quotes Containing uncle:
Uncle Pio (Steven Geray) to Gilda (Rita Hayworth) in Gilda (1946): ''All bad-things end up lonely, little one.''
Hunk, the Scarecrow (Ray Bolger) and Dorothy (Judy Garland) in Wizard of Oz (1939): - Hunk: ''What have you learned, Dorothy?'' - Dorothy:''Well, I think that it wasn''t enough just to want to see Uncle Henry and Aunnie Em and that if I ever go looking for my heart''s desire again, I won''t look any further than my own back-yard , because if it isn''t there, I never really lost it to begin with.''
Gilda Mundson (Rita Hayworth) and Uncle Pio (Steven Geray) in Gilda (1946): - Gilda: ''Got a light?'' - Pio:''Yes, Mrs. Mundson. It''s so crowded and yet so lonely, isn''t it?'' - Gilda: ''How did you know?'' - Pio:''You smoke too much. I noticed. Only frustrated people smoke too much and only lonely people are frustrated.''
Uncle Benny (Ned Beatty) to his nephew Ed Chilton (Steve Buscemi) in Ed and His Dead Mother (1994): ''Do you have protection? Shield that gator , no regrets later.''
Anton Chekhov, Uncle Vanya (1897): ''A woman can become a man''s friend only in the following stages; first an acquaintance , next a mistress , and only then a friend.''
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.''
Topper Harley (Charley Sheen) in Hot Shots! (1991): ''My uncle used to tell me, not playing to win is like sleeping with your sister; sure she''s a great piece-of-tail with a blouse full of goodies , but it''s just illegal.''
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.'
Erica Benton (Jill Clayburgh) in An Unmarried Woman (1978): ''Balls! said the Queen. If I had ''em I''d be King. '' A rewording of: ''Balls! said the Queen. If I had two, I could be King. '' (If I had ''em I''d be king .) George Burns: ''If my aunt had balls , shed be my uncle .''
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