Monday, April 18, 2011

The Male Appendage

There are so many words used to obliquely refer to the male appendage, male appendage being a pair of them. I am not sure of what the younguns refer to it as now. Do tell if you know. I would have an alternative to mentally calling out, show me your cock. Could there be anything else in our language that has so many colloquial names. I am sure there is a list out there, but I am not bothering to look for it. I can only think of a few words for women's private bits, although there might be a lot for boobs.

There is one that I never hear now but I grew up with as a child. My steaming hot and sexy uncle was fond of using it, the word being tossle.

Apart from the bleeding obvious that I am rather fond of tossles and their magic powers, I am just noting history.

14 comments:

  1. I've heard it called tallywhacker, pecker and knob.

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  2. The blogger who writes the Mangina monologues (sorry, I don't know how to do a link) had compiled a list of both the male and female bits a while back. From memory, both lists were very long!

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  3. Hmmmm - Don referred to it as ...nooo I can't go there...but he was pretty happy with his own even tattooing (himself at much pain) a love heart on it once when I was at work and waited to see if I noticed his handy work - I did. Don was straight but also sympathetic - his best friend and mine was gay and stuck with Don from the time of his accident till he (the friend) died a year before Don - I like to imagine the pair of them up there or wherever still arguing about life, the universe and everything

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  4. Pardon my typo.

    Reposts.

    Show me your todger, you old codger!

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  5. I'd just call it bloody useless!

    Happy Birthday Sedgers, I know I'm late with the greetings but I didn't want you to feel obliged to send me some cake. Send me some anyway.

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  6. My mother used to call mine my "wallatong". In later years, living in the Riverina, I always thought it could have been a placename.

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  7. Tallywhacker River? I have never heard that.

    Yeah AdRad, I am sure the list is very long. I maintain it would be longer for men.

    You are a tease MC. In return, there is much I could say, but I won't.

    Another word I like LS. Makes it sound fat.

    Jah Teh, you have forgotten how marvellous they can be. What happened to the birthday meet? I had my excuse all ready.

    James, even using my wildest imagination, I cannot work out where that might have come from.

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  8. And LS, I just remove typo posts that the author deletes, so best not to mention them and no one will know.

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  9. The Scared Weird Little guys have a cute little song about safe sex that has a heap of tossle alternatives.

    Trouble it it's nearly 4am as I"m writing this so I can't think of any!

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  10. I think I have heard it a while ago Kath. Are you doing time adjustment already?

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  11. hahahah but you have to say tallywhacker with a weird english accent for it to be suitable!

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  12. Right Fen. Doesn't matter what variation of accent I try.

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  13. I also record history on my blog, but yours is a lot more sensational! I'll have to lift my game ...

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  14. Red, in one hundred years someone will be reading our blogs and our capturing of a point in time. I like that. I expect outback Oz won't have changed too much though which perhaps puts you on the front foot for relevance.

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