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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(1) Tira (Mae West) in I'm No Angel (1933): ' One figure can sometimes add up to a lot .'
(2) Mae West in I'm No Angel (1933): ' A figure with curves always offers a lot of interesting angles .'
(3) Lola Brewster (Kim Novak) to Marina Rudd (Elizabeth Taylor) in The Mirror Crack'd (1980): ' I'm so glad to see you. Not only have you kept your gorgeous figure but you added so much to it .'
(4) James Bond (Roger Moore) and a shapely woman in Octopussy (1983):
-- Woman: ' You have a very good memory for faces .'
-- James Bond: ' And figures .'
(5) Chrissy (Rita Wilson) and Roberta (Rosie O'Donnell) looking at the magazine cover featuring Teeny Terrell (Melanie Griffith) in Now and Then (1995):
-- Chrissy: ' Now what is it that she has that gets people so excited? '
-- Roberta: ' Long legs, a tiny waist and perky breasts .'
(6) Clayboy (James MacArthur) and Claris (Mimsy Farmer) in Spencer's Mountain (1963):
-- Clayboy: ' Well, you've grown .'
-- Claris: ' 34-22-34 .'
-- Clayboy: ' What does that stand for? '
-- Claris: ' What you're gawking at .'
2. More rarely, female and gay usage for the size of a man's penis .