Friday, March 8, 2013

Everyday Words And Phrases You Can't Say Anymore Without Some Jackass Snickering

And that jackass is me.

bang

beaver
tool
wood
box
pole
stiff
organ
snatch
cock
pork
cream
blow

pecker
pitcher
catcher
back door

tea bag
carpet
mow the lawn
trim the hedges
hole
rack
pussy
handy
69
limp
pitch a tent
explode
bulge
oral
pull out
hit bottom
girth
jugs
melons
wad
swallow
spit
stroke
coot
squirt
muff
Tang (breakfast drink)
mount
sack
facial
water sports
anal
puddin'
spurt
sausage
wiener
milk
tap
go down
action
get some
get lucky
taco
fish taco
hot button
tail
hit it
nail
wand
shag
prick
doggy
missionary
cowgirl
lay
gash
slit

trim
poke
creampie
nuts
balls
blue balls
on the (w)hole
pearl necklace
fur/furry
rug
rear entry/entrance
munch
snapper

spider web
tossed salad
rim
crabs
cherry
shaft
plug
fruit basket
suck
spew

clam
cat head


I'm sure there are more. Got any?


The Best Queen Songs You've Never Heard (Of The Day)

Okay, maybe you've heard one of two, but not all. Each link goes to a video.

List and copy from
Popbitch.
My Melancholy Blues
A little jazzy swing, imagine it playing in a smoky Berlin bar in the 30s…

Get Down, Make Love
Covered by Nine Inch Nails no less, it’s a dirty tune…

Innuendo

OK, not an unknown song, but at Freddie’s tribute concert in ’92 it was given the Robert Plant treatment, which dazzled.

’39

Just a lovely melody, all Brian. This is the one George Michael used to busk on the Underground. He did a fine version at the tribute concert…

My Fairy King

Wonderful prog nonsense.

Dancer

From their electro flop Hot Space, this has a certain dated swing. Or is it dated? Everything old is new again. No doubt songs like this were influenced by the Munich gay bars near the recording studio. Bowie and Freddie out on the prowl in 1981, there’s a thought…

The Fairy Feller’s Master-Stroke

All right, this is what turns people off Queen. Ludicrous prog, overblown nonsense. And absolutely awesome.Could have picked any song from their majestic second album, Queen II.

Princes of the Universe

Some of us have seen Highlander a hundred times, but for those of you who haven’t, this song utterly defines it. Plus, Christopher Lambert locking swords with Freddie in the brilliant video.

Stone Cold Crazy

Really, this is metal. They rocked as hard as any of the denim dullards of the 70s and did it wearing diamante. That well-known lover of camp James Hetfield even had a go at singing it (Metallica actually covered it properly for a tribute album too).

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