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From Jennifer Grey's character, Baby in Dirty Dancing when she was talking to Patrick Swayze's character, Johnny and holding a watermelon. Used when you're talking to someone you like and say something completely embarrassing.
Crush: Hey, what's going on?
You (holding watermelon): I carried a watermelon!
作者 droppingeaves 2005年7月23日
I can believe I actually said that...so uncool
As per "Dirty Dancing" upon meeting a gorgeous man for the first time and the first thing you say to him is "i carried a watermelon"
作者 caroline mcc 2006年7月14日
From 'Dirty Dancing', 'I carried a watermelon' is when an innocent looking cute girl has slept with so many guys at the hotel, the only thing that is going to satisfy her at the party is a giant watermelon.

'I carried a watermelon' is a polite way for upper class girls to say they have fucked everyone in the hotel, school and university, and now only a watermelon can satisfy them sexually. See Annabel Chong or Scarlett O'Hara.
Baby walks into the busy party, meets a cute guy.

BABY: (looking down and shy) I carried a watermelon.
JOHNY: I know baby your a slut!
PENNY: Don't do it Johny! Don't fuck that rich bitch! She's not only carrying a watermelon, but she's probably carrying AIDS!
JOHNY: Don't be a jealous skank Penny, and you know that's not polite to speak to the hotel patrons like that. Instead of saying she has AIDS, next time use the rich bitch term and say she has a House in Virginia!

Penny shits on the ground in front of the packed party and walks out in disgust!
作者 The Moody Poet 2006年8月28日
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