Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word
walk-up:A brothel or house-of-prostitution . See brothel for synonyms.
See Also: ambulophobia, ankle-biter, broadwalk, camp walk, coxinutant, fishtail, FUBAR, go on the batter, hip-swishy, kimible, pimp walk, rug rat, Snafu, streetwalking, two ferrets fighting in a sack, up and down, walk tight, walk with a lisp, walk with somebody
Quotes Containing walk-up:
Johnny Red (Paul Winfield) in Big Shots (1987): ''I can walk on water, eat bullets , and shit ice cream!''
Nickie Ferrante (Cary Grant) in An Affair to Remember (1957): ''I''ll just take my ego for a walk.''
Suzanne (Emily Longstreth) to Nick (Kevin Bacon) in The Big Picture (1989): ''Don''t come any closer, Nick, unless you want to walk funny for the rest of your life .''
Harvey (Jack Weston) and Stephanie (Ingrid Bergman) in Cactus Flower (1969): - Harvey Greenfield: 'Shall we dance?' - Stephanie Dickinson: 'I'd rather walk on hot coals.'
Jerry (Jack Lemmon) watching Sugar Kane (Marilyn Monroe) walk in Some Like It Hot (1959): ''Look how she moves. Just like Jell-O on springs. She must have a built-in motor or something.''
John Boys (James LeGros) thinking of his promiscuous girlfriend Jessica (Lisa Zane) in Floundering (1994): ''If you want someone to fulfill an image and they don''t you are eventually going to have a big, big problem with who they really are. I thought true-love conquered all. That''s the supreme fiction. If you walk into a room and find yourself instantly attracted to someone there, get the fuck-out of that room because that is the wrong person for you.''
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