Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word


1. To actively seek out or look around for sexual partners, generally in public places. (Young teenagers cruise for companionship.)
Synonyms: cat-around ; shop-(around) ; troll .

2. To drive or walk around looking for excitement.

3. Or: cruise-for-trade , in prostitution , to solicit customers.

See Also: asshole buddies, bath house, baths, the, beach bitch, beach whale, beaver hunt, beaver patrol, beaver posse, big game hunting, bird circuit, boulevardier, bowl of wax fruit, bush bunny, bush patrol, buttfuck buddy, church, circle the circus, circus, clean queen, clubhouse, cornhole palace, cottage, cottager, cruise, cruisy, curb crawl, curb crawler, curb crawling, Dilly, dilly boy, do the milk run, express queen, flesh factory, full-bosomed, gas queen, go fishing, going on the prowl, Hershey highway, hump your fist, jeeping, lollipop stop, lonelyhearts' club, look bar, luncheonette, make, make a milk run, make the milk run, marble palace, on the bash, on the make, on the prod, on the prowl, picker-upper, playing canasta, poon hunting, privy queen, quail hunting, sea-fairy, shell queen, shop (around), sunflower, T-room, T-room queen, tailgator, take a legal piss, tansie, tea room, tea room queen, teahouse, teahouse of the August moon, tearoom, tearoom queen, three B's, timesqueer, toilet queen, touch-me-not garden, trannying, trick day, trick night, troll, trolling, trolling ground, trolling the toilet, valley of tears, warheads, watchtower, wax museum

Quotes Containing cruise:
Huey Walker (Dennis Hopper) about a busty redhead in Flashback (1989): ''She looks like she was shot in the back by a pair of Cruise missiles. ''
Joel Goodsen (Tom Cruise) in Risky Business (1983): ''It seems to me that if there were any logic to our language, trust would be a four-letter-word .''
Fast Eddie Felson (Paul Newman) to Vince (Tom Cruise) in The Color of Money (1986): ''You''ve got to have two things to win . You''ge got to have brains and you''ve got to have balls . You''ve got too much of one and not enough of the other.''
Pool husther Vince (Tom Cruise), Carmen (Mary E. Mastrantonio) in The Color of Money (1986): - Vince: ''Carmen, I''m playing here!'' - Carmen: ''Yeah! I know! Listen, you win one more game you''re gonna be humping your fist for a long time. O .K. Vincent?''
Joel Goodsen (Tom Cruise) about his business partner Lana (Rebecca DeMorney), a hooker in Risky Business (1983): ''It was great the way her mind worked. No guilt, no doubts, no fears; none of my specialties. Just the shameless pursuit of immediate gratification. What a capitalist!''

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