"Excuse me, my boner."

Discussion in 'Celebrity Endowments' started by avalon33, Jun 6, 2010.

  1. avalon33

    avalon33 Member

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    I was watching an old Mickey Rooney (as Andy Hardy) movie and he approached a woman on a train thinking she was someone else. When he discovered his mistake, he said to the lady, "Excuse me, my boner." LOL!

    I had to play it back again to make sure my ears weren't deceiving me. Too funny.

    Since he was obviously saying "my mistake" I wonder how many of todays expressions referring to sex once had a completely different meaning - way back when? Another (obvious) example is the word 'gay'.

    Can you think of any others?
     
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    theonewhomustbekept New Member

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    Back in the 1950's 'Lick my sweaty nutsack, you lousy whore' actually meant 'pass the butter'. Little-known fact!
     
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    make love meant to woo.
     
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