Sexual DictionaryDictionary of the F-Word


Or: standard / standing , since the 16 th century, a penis in erection. See penis for synonyms.
See Also: 24/7/365, 4-F(s), a bit of hard for a bit of soft, a knee trembler, adult bookshop, B & T, bar, bit of hard for a bit of soft, bit of snug for a bit of stiff, blue handkerchief, bustle pinching, Cateracts of the Nile, cock-stand, cocktus erectus, dangle-parade, dingus, do a perpendicular, Doctor Johnson, doing a perpendicular, dorsal, dot, DP, dry off with either a his or her(s) towel, easy on the eyes, easy to look at, fat one, fico, Four Fs, ganzabil, give a bit of hard for a bit of soft, give the fig, have a knee trembler, hipocrocadogapig, honey, Ireland, knee trembler, a, leg spreader, M, M/M, M/s, make a move on, makeup, on the bonk, one-nighter, pearl diving, phallic decorum, prick, push, senility, stand, stand up job, standard, standing, stasivalence, Stonewall Uprising, The, stunt cock, T & A, three-penny upright, three-penny uprighter, tits and ass, trash-rack, trick day, trick night, turf, twenty-four seven, upright, upright grand, vertigo, wall job, watch queen, work the door

Quotes Containing stand:
Gordie Lachance (Wil Wheaton) pointing a gun at Ace Merrill (Keifer Sutherland) in Stand by Me (1986): ''Suck my fat-one you cheap dime-store hood .''
Anonymous limerick: ''Heres to America, land of the push / Where a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush / But if in that bush a fair maiden should stand / Then a push in the bush is worth two in the hand.''
Anna Bronski (Anne Bancroft) to her young flyer Lt. Andre Sobinski (Tim Matheson) in To Be or Not to Be (1983): ''True love should never stand in the way of a good-time .''
Clayboy (James MacArthur) and Claris (Mimsy Farmer) in Spencer's Mountain (1963): - Clayboy: 'Well, you've grown.' - Claris: '34-22-34.' - Clayboy: 'What does that stand for?' - Claris: 'What you're gawking at.'
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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