In Context, This Classroom Scene Made Sense [Pic]

Submitted by: fancylad 4 years ago Misc

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Male 441
It`s a book report acronym for Clitoris Undulating Near Testicles
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Male 2,841
LOLFART
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Female 3,727
Civilian Under Naval Training
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Male 12,365
Of course it makes sense. There are lectures given on various aspects of language, which will sometimes include taboo words. Lecture theatres shouldn`t have the ridiculous and moronic censorship that IAB has.

Interestingly, it didn`t used to be anywhere near as taboo. It was always a crude term, but in medieval times it was acceptable enough to use in official street names. Seriously - there are extant medieval official records of things which record street names (e.g. records of ownership of property for the purposes of taxation).

[quote]DICK[/quote]

Not really comparable. "pintel" might be better in some ways, as that`s also Old English.

I`ve been looking for a way to get the word `pintel` into a post. :)

`prick` might be a better match in modern English, as that`s more taboo than `dick`. In England, anyway.
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Male 14,330
Is this MacGuffins bio page??
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Male 5,874
This acronym is also used in the UK to describe certain members of the itinerant community, vis. Caravan Utilising Nomadic Travellers.
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DICK
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