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John Thomas:

The penis . Chiefly British usage, but is also heard in the US; in the movie On The Border , it is shortened to John-Tom . See penis for synonyms.


(1) The Protestant in Monty Python's The Meaning of Life (1983): ' I can wear anything I want on my John Thomas ... I can wear French-ticklers if I want .'

(2) Sung by Eric Idle in Monty Python. The Meaning of Life (1983): ' Isn't it awfully nice to have a penis / Isn't it frightfully good to have-it-on / It's swell to have a stiffy / It's divine to own a dick / From the tiniest little tadger to the world's biggest prick / So, three cheers for your Willy or John Thomas / Hooray for your one-eyed-trouser-snake / Your piece of pork , your wife's-best-friend , your passing or your cock / You can wrap it up in ribbons, you can stuff it in your sock / But don't take-it out in public or they'll stick you in the dock and you won't come back .'

See Also: charactronym, cleft of flesh, crapper, French tickler, Joan Bull, Joe Hunt, John Q. Citizen, John Q. Public, John Thomas, John Tom, johnny, johns, latrine, one-eyed trouser snake, personification, plaquet stung, self-disclosure, shit-house, shithouse, shot his great stones, stiffy, tadger, Thomas, todger, Tomasina

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