A patch of hair that causes nothing but trouble. Men expect women to shave it, but goddamn it, it itches!
Pubic hair is natural, just trim it a little so it doesn't stick out of your bathing suit.
A drug used for the treatment of depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder. Due to a few isolated incidences of suicide, it is sometimes considered the most harmful drug on the planet, mostly by people who have none of the mentioned disorders and are under the delusion that sufferers can change their brain chemistry just by thinking it.
If Prozac helps a severely depressed person function, who are you to judge?
A legal opiate
used as a cough suppressant and pain reliever. Often added to prescription cough syrups, it also acts as a strong sedative in some people.
After taking codeine for my bronchitis, all I could do was stare at the ceiling for four hours.
Describes a euphoric experience, often food-related, quite similar to an orgasm
. Usually used by women, as for most men there is nothing better than sex. Such an assertion will often precede a lengthy debate on whether the expression is accurate.
That chocolate cheesecake was better than sex.
What happens when stupid people try to spell incest
"Incest" is not a difficult word to spell, yet some people insist upon spelling it "inceast". Morons.
1. A latex, sheepskin or polyurethane sheath for the penis, to prevent transfer of bodily fluids during sexual activity and thereby lower the risk of pregnancy and venereal disease.
2. A really neat balloon, which also provides hours of amusement when filled with water or Jell-O
1. Because Jack did not wish to become a father, he used a condom during sex.
2. Dude, Dad's gone. You get the Jell-O mix. I'll get the condoms.
A slightly more musical way of saying "insanity". It was once an accepted medical term, but like "retarded" and "dwarf" it has fallen by the wayside. The word derives from the belief that mental illness is somehow related to the phases of the moon, a conviction widely held until it was debunked by the advent of modern medicine.
"I shall have to invent a new form of lunacy for you." Dr. Seward to Renfield, Bram Stoker's Dracula