Buttocks décolletage is a fashion in which the person deliberately wears her jeans or other clothing short or low enough to expose the upper part of the cheeks and crack.
The dress I tried on allowed too much buttocks décolletage, even for the Gulf Coast beach hangouts.
The “Duke of Marlborough Effect” was mentioned by Richard Dawkins to refer to the increase in masculine libido that results from experiencing a victory, whether directly or vicariously. This was so-named from an entry in the Duchess of Marlborough’s diary, “His Grace returned from the wars today and pleasured me twice in his top-boots.” Male athletes tend to experience elevated testosterone levels before a contest; those who win tend to maintain afterwards those elevated testosterone levels, but the testosterone levels of losers drops dramatically afterwards.
There will likely be a lot of canoodling in Old Boston now that the Red Sox have won the Series due to the Duke of Marlborough effect and the subsequent release of proper Bostonian inhibitions.
A cayoodle is a mixed breed dog.
Pete is not a particular breed; he's just a cayoodle.
This is a variant of the standard Mardi Gras bead flash, in which the timid soul flashes her bra or bikini top for Mardi Gras beads.
My sister Heather was cowed by the nuns; consequently, she was only up to a Catholic girl Mardi Gras bead flash.
Heather could make a jambalaya or a gumbo with the best of the Acadiennes.
A collegiate slang expression for Southern Literature.
I'm taking Grit Lit this semester.
This is an indirect way of referring to oneself as having some extra weight or insufficient tone, necessitating a crash diet and serious exercising before the summer.
When the moment she was dreading could no longer be avoided, Marie found that she was not bikini ready. Sigh!