Derived from a scene in Chapter 7 of the World War I novel "All Quiet on the Western Front" by Erich Remarque, the term "goin' across the river" means to have sex, as the three main characters must cross a river to visit French whores.
Courtney: Yo Tyler! Goin' across the river tonight?
Tyler: Heck yeah, we're going on a band trip!
作者 Katczinsky the Awesome Guy 2009年4月21日
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