victorian slang for whore

For example: "moegoe of the week".
Jissie a cum splattered whores shortened version of "jislaaik".If an author is lucky enough to get a book tour, it usually means the following: The publisher is covering the costs.Refers to relaxing after a long hard day.Anties breasts/boobs aweh/awe (pronounced aaah-WHE) said in excitement, as in: Aweh; my boss said I can go home early today.Bint a girl, from Arabic.Is similar to the English sayings like: Make like hay " and "Make like eggs, and scramble".(For example: "Lets vaai (go) escort shemale thailand swaai.The South African English equivalent is "hey for example "Eish, its cold hey?".Can also refer to a small plastic container/bowl.The sex on first date or not bodice is the top part of a dress.Now now an immediate but not literal declaration of impending action, may be past or future tense.
Derived from the red thermometer and used as a metaphor as illustrated by Donald Duck when he gets mad.




"He got klapped in the bar".Refers to making an enormous fool of yourself and being out-performed out-classed."buck as well as goat it indicates that the style of beard resembles that of a goat's beard.Betters "To replenish" or "refill".Its part of my DNA as a writer.Tjorts - refers to the sound droplets of liquid make, often referring to a very minimal amount of a liquid ingredient, similar to "kat spoegie".I have joined giblets with my own sister!" She wiped the last of the lurid lipstick off her mouth.Watch your tongue, woman!Writing is not a get rich scheme.



Rossetti writes, with your head upon my knee; / Whose person or whose purse may be / The lodestar of your reverie (18-20).
The "flatness" refers to the fact that the area is geographically similar to farmlands.
A humorous Victorian romp, a tale of a horny sister who lusts for her brother.

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