Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word


In prostitution , a group of prostitutes managed by the same pimp .
Synonyms: B-girl-string ; corral ; in-laws; pimp's-corral ; stable .
See also: bottom-woman ; girlfriend ; main-bitch ; main-lady ; main-piece ; main-squeeze ; meal-ticket ; old-lady .
See Also: absolute code, B-girl string, basketful of meat, breadwinner, Brown family, Browning family, Browning sisters, buggerantoes, canasta, cop and blow, corral, crown jewels, diamonds, distaff side, the, fam, family jewels, groceries, Homo sapiens, in a family way, in the closet, in the family way, in-law, incest, incest taboo, informal value, inhibited sexual desire, inseminate, jewel, jewelry showcase, jewels, laundry, lunch, lunch box, lunch-meat, lunchbox, main, main bitch, main lady, main piece, mankind, marry into dough, meat case, nance, nancy, old lady, out, packet, philantropy, pimp's corral, pregnant, rocks, Rohypnol, scabies, scabs, showcase, sister-in-law, snackpack, spank, stable, stoat, stroke, tell the folks, true confession, unwritten law, wife-in-law

Quotes Containing family:
Morticia (Anjelica Huston) to Gomez (Raul Julia) in The Addams Family (1991): ''Don''t torture yourself, Gomez. That''s my job .''
''Tom, there''s a whole lot I don''t understand, but going away ain''t going to ease us. There was a time, when we were on the land, there was a boundary to us then. Old folks died off and little fellahs came. We was always one thing . We was the family . Kind of whole and clear. But now we ain''t clear no more. There ain''t nothing that keeps us clear. (...) We''re cracking up , Tom. There ain''t no family now.'' Ma Joad (Jane Darwell) to her son Tom (Henry Fonda) in The Grapes of Wrath (1940)
''A man who doesn''t spend time with his family can never be a real man .'' Don Corleone (Marlon Brando) in The Godfather (1972)
Adam McMullen (Matthew Broderick) in Family Business (1989): 'Somebody loves you, you've got a hell of a weapon in a relationship .'
Howard (Woody Allen) in The Front (1976): 'In my family the biggest sin was to buy retail.'
Sally Owens (Sandra Bullock) in Practical Magic (1998): ''Since when is it a crime to be a slut in this family?''
Rose (Marilyn Cooper) in Family Business (1989):''You don''t tempt God by bragging about your age .''
Carlos (Raul Julia) to Dale MacKussic/Mac (Mel Gibson) in Tequila Sunrise (1988): ''Friendship is the only choice in life you can make that''s yours. You can''t choose your family . (...) And no man should be blamed for whatever direction his dick goes. That''s like blaming a compass for pointing north for chrissake. Friendship is all we have.''
Dr. Louis Levy (Martin Bergmann) at the end of Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989): 'Human happiness does not seem to have been included in the design of creation. It is we, with our capacity to love , who give meaning to the indifferent universe. And yet most human beings seem to have the ability to keep trying and even find joy from simple things like their family , their work , and from the hope that future generations might understand more.'
Destiny Demeanor (Kathy Ireland) to Sgt. Jack Colt (Emilio Estevez) in National Lampoon''s Loaded Weapon 1 (1993): ''I''m just a gal like any other gal . I want a home , a family , an occasional spanking. ''
''A grown man is no more than his family . Your kids, your old-lady , headaches maybe, but they''re who you are.'' Bailbondsman Ritchie Blumenthal (Eli Wallach) to Ralph ''Papa'' Thorson (Steve McQueen) in The Hunter (1980)
''It''s not my country . My country is me and my family .'' Juan Miranda (Rod Steiger) in A Fistfull of Dynamite (1972)
From Encyclopedia of Graffiti by Robert Reisner & Lorraine Wechsler (1974): - ''Incest, a game the whole family can play.'' - ''Call it incest , but I want my mommy.'' - ''Incest is relative.'' - ''Vice is nice, but incest is best.''
Jenny MacLaine (Marsha Mason) to George Schneider (James Caan) in Chapter Two (1979): ''I want a home , I want a family and I want a career. I want everything. And there is no harm in wanting it , George, because there isn''t a chance in hell we''re going to get it all anyway.''
''That''s Henry''s mother , the black sheep of the family . She took so many strokes in the Sixties they called her the U.S. Open.'' Kitty (Catherine Zeta Jones) about her future mother-in-law Duchess Lucinda (Barbara Hershey) in Splitting Heirs (1993)
''That''s Henry''s mother , the black sheep of the family . She took so many strokes in the Sixties they called her the U.S. Open.'' Kitty (Catherine Zeta Jones) about her future mother-in-law Duchess Lucinda (Barbara Hershey) in Splitting Heirs (1993)
Mitch Robbins (Billy Crystal) adressing his son''s class in City Slickers (1991):''Value this time in your life , kids, because this is the time in your life when you still have your choices. It goes by so fast. When you''re a teenager , you think you can do anything and you do . Your twenties are a blur. Thirty, you raise your family , you make a little money and you think to yourself: What happened to my twenties? Forties, you grow a little pot belly , you grow another chin. The music starts to get too loud. One of your old girlfriends from high school becomes a grandmother. Fifties, you have a minor surgery. You''ll call-it ''a procedure'' but it''s a surgery. Sixties, you''ll have a major surgery. The music is still loud but it doesn''t matter because you can''t hear it anyway. Seventies, you and the wife retire to Fort Lauderdale, start eating dinner at two o''clock in the afternoon . You have lunch around ten , breakfast the night before. Spend most of your time wandering around malls, looking for the ultimate soft yogourt and muttering: How come the kids don''t call? The eighties, you have a major stroke . You end up blabbering to some Jamaican nurse that your wife can''t stand and that you call mama. Any questions?''

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