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Origin of the word blowjob

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Exactly which blow is meant is the subject of some debate the word might have begun as a euphemism for suck (thus from blow (v. 1)), or it might refer to the explosive climax of an orgasm (thus blow (v. The oldest verbal form appears to be blow (someone) off (1933), a phrase. The turn of the 20th century saw a huge jump in oral sex slang terms, according to greens timeline, including such gems as dickylicker, deep sea diving, sneezing in the cabbage and the now. Theres an immediate analogy right there in the word lips between the vagina and the mouth. Nonetheless, by mississippi riverboat parlance, as in get blow (get below deck, it was pronounced, blow job. It is the reference to where the administering head winds up when delivering the oral sex.). To have sexual intercourse with (transitive), until recently a difficult word to trace in usage, in part because it was omitted as taboo by the editors of the original oed when the f entries were compiled (1893-97). Johnson also had excluded the word, and fuck wasnt in a single english language dictionary from 1795 to 1965.

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