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Phrs. A jocular catch phrase that draws attention to an otherwise innocent statement by imbuing sexual innuendo. Other variations include "as the mistress said to the gardener".
"as the actress said to the bishop"
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A clink on a webpage that you can lick.
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Meaning the same thing as the American phrase "that's what she said," the phrase "as the actress said to the bishop," or "said the actress to the bishop," originates from England probably around the time of World War II. The words are a catchphrase that is used to change a seemingly (and most likely intended to be) innocent statement into a perverted joke.
"Put it in the other one!"
"...As the actress said to the bishop."
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