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What ignorant Americans call Tower Bridge.

People of America, listen up while I drop some science:

The Bridge in London which is impressive to look at and had a Tower (hint) at each end is called Tower Bridge. London Bridge is actually a few hundred yards to the west, and looks like nothing much actually.
1. In 1968, an American, Robert P McCulloch paid $2.5 million dollars to buy London Bridge under the mistaken belief that he was buying Tower Bridge. The then London Bridge was taken down, transported to America and reconstructed at Lake Havasu City in Arizona. (A new London Bridge was opened in London in 1973). D'OH!!

2. The bridge that is seen in the video to London Bridge by Fergie is actually Tower Bridge. D'OH!!!

3. British people still laugh about Americans not knowing the difference between the two. :-)
by Dr Pinch October 04, 2006
 
1.
London Bridge was downed by fire. When someone makes your "London Bridge fall down", they are making you very hot. (sexual)

In the song by Fergie of the same name the music starts with fire sirens.
"How come everytime you come around my London Bridge wanna go down?" equates "How come everytime I see you I wanna get off?"
by James Cobalt July 28, 2006
 
2.
The true "London Bridge" occurs when two girls are being done doggy style, facing each other and making out while the two lucky men high five over them.
"London Bridge is falling down, falling down, falling down..." So many people get the Eiffel Tower and the London Bridge mixed up that they get caught up in the specifics and forget to sauce the girls.
by Brendan Butler April 19, 2006
 
3.
A meaningless, vaguely sexual term used by Fergie in her single of the same name, invented simply to stir up discussion about an otherwise forgettable and derivative song.
How come every time you come around my London London Bridge want to go down?
by Kevin Salinas July 27, 2006
 
4.
A foursome involving 2 girls and 2 guys. The 2 girls are on all fours facing each other and making out. Meanwhile each guy is behind one of the girls doing her from behind.
While visiting London Bob and John saw the London bridge where they met 2 girls who showed them the REAL London Bridge.. behind closed Doors
by Cooter King November 01, 2006
 
5.
London Bridges (noun.) 1. Panties. The use of this metaphor (london bridges) as an alternative for the word panties was introduced in 2006 by Fergie of Black-Eyed-Peas.

In her debut song, "London Bridges", Fergie makes the following context;

'How come every time you come around
My London London Bridge wanna go down'.

Abstractual concept - (Imagine how one's panties would slip of both legs evenly, they would form a bridge.)

2. Can also be a reference to implcating intercourse (depending on word usage) ie. "I want to get into her London Bridges".
"Look at the size of that girls booty, damm, I can't imagine a london bridge big enough to fit her"

"Why don't you drop the london bridges, so we can get busy?"

by Darryl Learie aka nine9nine9nine9 September 13, 2006
 
6.
Similar to the Eiffel Tower but involving two guys and two girls. Each guy is doing each girl in the ass while the two girls are facing each other and are making out.
One time I saw a porno and it had the London Bridge
by AzzPounder May 27, 2010
 
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A popular nursery rhyme that also goes by the name "My Fair Lady." Featured in a popular Fergie song that relates to what some call the most well-known nursery rhyme of all time. The song also alludes to the historic and scenic literal London Bridge that has been the subject of many poems, paintings, and musical pieces.
My favorite singing game when I was little was definitely My fair lady/London Bridge.

OMG Fergie is so educated and worldly--she wrote a song about a nursery rhyme AND a landmark!
by sjssmarts July 02, 2014