I'd\ like\ to\ *verb*\ his\ *noun*

I'd\ like\ to\ *verb*\ his\ *noun*
Base form for constructing sexual innuendo. Best effect is achieved by using the most innocent verb-noun combinations.

I'd like to wash his car.


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  • I'd\ like\ to\ *verb*\ his\ *noun* — Base form for constructing sexual innuendo. Best effect is achieved by using the most innocent verb noun combinations. I d like to wash his car …   Dictionary of american slang

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  • like*/*/*/ — [laɪk] grammar word I summary: Like can be: ■ a preposition: He looks like his father. ■ a conjunction: She looked like she was about to cry. ■ an adverb: I said, like, you can t do this to me. 1) similar similar to someone or something else No… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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