"Dick" vs. "Cock?"

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  1. BIGdkluver

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    I was just wondering...
    Is there a technical difference between the term "dick" and the term "cock" when referring to the male sexual organ? Or are they both basically synonymous?

    Once I heard it explained that "dick" refers to an underdeveloped penis on a young boy or an adolescent, whereas "cock" refers to a fully developed, long, thick, juicy penis on an adult male stud.

    What do you guys think? Have you ever heard about a difference between these two terms? I'd appreciate your input. Thanks!
     
  2. snoozan

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    they are both slang. i've never heard that they are any different.
     
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    Without trying to think it much...I have a 'dick' when I take a leak, and a 'cock' when I am with a lover and rock-hard...
     
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    Well, they're slang, so they are open to a LOT of interperetation... however, for what it's worth:

    When i hear the term "Dick" it seems to be mostly in a derogatory sense. "Cock" seems to be more sexual/lusty.

    Examples: "He only thinks with his dick." "He has a huge cock."
     
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    When "cock" is used, something sexual or complementary is almost always implied.
     
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    Only one is worth crowing about?
     
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    They are the same...
     
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    I don't think there's a difference, it's all down to personal preference what you say. Dick as a word for penis is used much less here in the UK, than in the States. In fact, when I come to think about it, I think I've only ever heard black Brits call their penis their dick.
     
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    Dick is used more by Afro-Americans, cock by caucasians.
     
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    I don't think I have used the term "cock" for my penis ever. I called my penis a dick when I was younger and that is all I heard from friends and such, but when I was a young adult I was with a mixed group of friends with dogs and I heard one girl (young woman) mention that her puppy had something stuck to his "penis". I had never heard anyone talk about penises in polite company before and I thought the correct term didn't sound a coarse as the word "dick", and not as suggestive as the word "cock"...so I have a penis. That's what I call it.
     
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    A dick in the UK is

    1/ A short name for Richard
    2/ An investigator
    3/ Maybe a cock - more often an insult - "he's a right dick"

    Willy :smile:
     
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    In the states in 1930s they used to call a investigator a dick. Its funny to see old movies using this term............:tongue:
     
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    I can say that I've known a few dicks in my life and I used to have a fondness for fags :eek:

    Please translate to UK english before shouting at me.
     
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    Its interesting the term different people use in different countries In my avatar i have a fag in my mouth:eek:
     
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    I am too polite to mention it - though you have nothing on this guy.
     

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    He can fit a whole lot of fags in his mouth at one time. I can only fit one. Mabye my mouth is to small:tongue:
     
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    There's also the term 'knob', which is used quite widely in the UK (more amongst younger kids) for the whole penis, although technically it's more accurately a slang term for the glans alone.
     
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    in the UK it's probably fair to say that 'cock' implies an erect member and carries overtones of its sexual function, whereas 'dick' is far more suggestive of the flaccid state and its excretory function.

    this carries over into the use of penis-related slang as derogatory terms for people who are not well regarded. you are more likely to hear someone referred to insultingly as a 'dick'/'dick-head', or 'knob'/'knob-head', than as a 'cock'. in fact, to be called a 'cock' might leave some men feeling flattered. :smile:
     
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    You know, I never really thought of it in those terms, but now that you explain it, there does seem to be a bit of logic to it. Thanks for giving me a new way to look at these usages!
     
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    Although I tend to use "Dick" and "Cock" interchangeably, since giving it a second thought, to me "cock" is the more suggestive of big, manly, powerfully, ready for fucking, and, of course, hard as a bone protrusion. An interesting question, joyboytoy79.