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hung:
1. Possessing a large penis or large genitals . This colloquialism dates back to the 17 th century. Often emphasized by comparison: hung like hickory dickory's dock / hung-like-a-horse / hung-like-a-bull / hung like an old mule / hung like a showdog / hung like a(n Arab) stallion / hung like a stud / well hung . Examples: ' How hung is he? He's hung like a donkey. It's 12" long, but I don't use it as a rule .' Can also be humorous: He's hung like a (stud field) mouse / he's hung like a chicken , means he has a small penis . See penis for synonyms.

QUOTES:

(1) The railroad worker and his friend Sheriff Bart (Cleavon Little) in Blazing Saddles (1974):
-- Friend: 'You shifty nigger. They said you was hung. '
-- Bart ' And they were right .'

(2) 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 .'

(3) Jack Nicholson (Jonathan) in Carnal Knowledge (1971)' Women today are better hung than men. '

(4) Robert Reisner & Lorraine Wechsler. Encyclopedia of Graffiti (1974): ' I believe in capital punishment, but I don't think women should be hung like men .'

(5) Duchess Lucinda (Barbara Hershey) to Tommy Patel (Eric Idle) in Splitting Heirs (1993).-- Duchess: ' You remind me of my late husband . (...) He was hung like a badger .'-- Tommy: ' Really? Is that good? '-- Duchess: ' Only if you're a badger .'

2. More rarely, describes a woman with great breasts.

3. Hung like a doughnut , having a vagina ; being a woman .




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Quotes Containing hung:
Jonathan (Jack Nicholson) in Carnal Knowledge (1971): ''Women today are better hung than men!''
Jonathan (Jack Nicholson) in Carnal Knowledge (1971): ''Women today are better hung than men.''
Robert Reisner & Lorraine Wechsler. Encyclopedia of Graffiti (1974): ''I believe in capital punishment, but I don''t think women should be hung like men.''
Duchess Lucinda (Barbara Hershey) to Tommy Patel (Eric Idle) in Splitting Heirs (1993). - Duchess: ''You remind me of my late husband . (...) He was hung like a badger .'' - Tommy: ''Really? Is that good?'' - Duchess: ''Only if you''re a badger .''
The railroad worker and his friend Sheriff Bart (Cleavon Little) in Blazing Saddles (1974): - Friend: ''You shifty nigger. They said you was hung .'' - Bart ''And they were right.''
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.''
Oliver Webb (Walter Connelly) and Owen O''Malley (Roscoe Karns) speaking of director Oscar Jaffe''s (John Barrymore) obsession with stage star Lily Garland/Mildred Plotka (Carole Lombard) in Twentieth Century (1934): - Oliver:''Do you know how much he paid for long distance calls to Hollywood last year? Eighteen hundred bucks! And she hung-up-on him every time.'' - Owen:''In some Humpty Dumpty way that was true-love .''
Captain Francis Grose. Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue (1811) as: ''The blowen was nutts upon the kiddey because he is well-hung ; the girl is pleased with the youth because his genitals are large.''
John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester. A Ramble in St. James''s Park 1680: ''Had she picked out , to rub her arse on / Some stiff-pricked clown or well-hung parson.''
Duchess (Barbara Hershey) to Tommy (Eric Idle) in Splitting Heirs (1993): - Duchess Lucinda: ''You remind me of my late husband . (...) He was hung like a badger .'' - Tommy Patel: ''Really? Is that good?'' - Duchess Lucinda: ''Only if you''re a badger .''
Mabel (Kristy McNichol) and the Pirate King (Ted Hamilton) in The Pirate Movie (1982): - Mabel: ''You''ll be hung!'' - Pirate: ''Oh, I am, I am, and very well thank you.''
The railroad worker and his friend now Sheriff Bart (Cleavon Little) in Blazing Saddles (1974): - Railroad man : ''You shifty nigger. They said you was hung .'' (Meaning hanged.) - Sheriff Bart: ''And they were right.''
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.''


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