Other 'cunt'-related placenames include Coombe and Kennet, discussed earlier, the evocative Ticklecunt Creek, and the fictitious "Cunt Hill" Robert Coover, Do you know where this comes from? Usually heard in phrases such as "as useless as a chocolate fireguard. The Spanish 'conejo' means both 'rabbit' and 'cunt', and the similar Spanish term 'conejita' 'bunny girl' provides another link between the two elements. I had a girlfriend who found the term 'choking your chicken' extremely amusing.
To feed out of the mouth, as pigeons feed their young. A police siren wails in the distance. There is a "vagina monster" in the film Schramm David Kerekes, To gird round; to embrace; to clasp; e puili a paa: e puili me ka lima, to hold fast with the hand. A traditional fishing port in the county of Lancashire.
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He has performed the same etymological magic trick that others have done with [ Elaine Showalter also cites Freud's equation of Medusa with a deadly vagina: "According to Freud, the decapitated head of Medusa with its snaky locks is a "genitalized head," an upward displacement of the sexual organs, so that the mouth stands for the vagina dentata, and the snakes for pubic hair. From their clipping of tickets. It was felt that many of the articles in Goad's zine condoned and even encouraged the rape of women. The front of a heiau or temple, a kahua, that is, an artificial level place on which the heiau was built, but containing a greater surface than the building; hence, a court; a yard in front of a temple.
Bunny Rogers wrote a poetry collection titled Cunny Poem in Likewise, when the penis has ejaculated and withdrawn from the vagina, its flaccid state is perhaps symbolic of death when contrasted with its pre-penetration tumescence. To throw up; to turn up, as a hog turns or throws up his nose in rooting; hence, apllied to anything of that motion. The Minister responsible for pushing the Bill to establish the police in the Metropolis in through years of opposition was Sir Robert Peel. The Middle English 'kunte', 'cuntt', 'cunte', 'count', and 'counte' bear the marks of each of these three influences. To fall down out of sight. Anyone know of a female equivalent?
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