Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word
See Also: FUBAR, husband's supper, Snafu, up and down, warm bruder, warme schwester, warmest place
Quotes Containing warm-up:
The Beatles: ''Happiness is a warm gun .''
Con artist Eddie (Dana Carvey) and Connie (Sally Gracie) in Opportunity Knocks (1990): - Eddie: ''This chick is cold .'' - Connie : ''So warm her up .''
Elena Montero (Catherine Zeta-Jones) in Zorro (1999): ''Something in his eyes captured me. I felt warm, feverish.''
Jimmy Wade (Roland Young) to Trixie (Lillian Roth) in Madam Satan (1930): 'I wouldn't marry you to keep warm on an iceberg!'
Terry McKay (Deborah Kerr) to Nickie Ferrante (Cary Grant) in An Affair to Remember (1957): ''Winter must be cold for those with no warm memories . We''ve already missed the spring.''
Howard Swine (Don Steele) welcoming guests at his swingers party in Eating Raoul (1982): ''Hi, swingers! I''m Howard Swine, your hearty host that''s hung with the most. Though I hate to boast, I''m as big as a post and warm as toast.''
Howard Swine (Don Steele) welcoming the guests to his swingers party in Eating Raoul (1982): ''Hi, swingers! I''m Howard Swine, your hearty host that''s hung with the most. Though I hate to boast, I''m as big as a post and warm as toast.''
Dorothy Boyd (Rene Zellwegger) in Jerry Maguire (1996) : ''I''ve had three lovers in the past four years, and they all ran a distant second to a good book and a warm bath.''
Lois (Marilyn Monroe) & Barnaby (Cary Grant) in a car in Monkey Business (1952): - Lois Laurel: ''Is your motor running?'' - Barnaby Fulton: ''Yes, is yours? (Races the engine of his car.) Takes a while to warm up .'' - Lois Laurel: ''Does me too.''
Anna (Greta Garbo) to Kitty (Maureen O''Sullivan) in Anna Karenina (1935):''It''s such a happy time of your life , the blissful time when childhood is just ending and the future is all warm and inviting.''
''You city people. You''re all warm like dishwater. That don''t do nobody no good. (...) I mean you don''t run hot or cold . You should be one or the other, hot or cold , one or the other.'' Ruth Sullivan (Barbara Hershey) in the Louisiana Bayou to her visiting New York cousin Diana Sullivan (Jill Clayburgh) in Shy People (1987)
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