- n. alternative spelling of lap dance.
“Well, ... pics of various hot cars set to "lapdance" by NERD”
“Drag to Playlist hot cars - NERD: lapdance pics of various hot cars set to "lapdance" by”
“Maybe you will have some lapdance, er, laptop time to post some more of your enjoyable stories.”
“Booze is a very effective embarrassment suppressant but, even when wasted, there are few things more soul-destroying than catching a glimpse of oneself in a mirror, receiving a lapdance from a 19-year-old Ukrainian trying to pay her way through college.”
“Then again, a then-16-year-old Miley Cyrus gave a 44-year-old man a lapdance, and still works to this day.”
“To the right of the room at the far end there was a beach volleyball set up, the 'Laporium' lapdance area and also a little cordoned off room where a friend of mine played strip poker.”
“I guess that's one good thing that came out of splitting the movies up for their Australian release - Death Proof came out six months later, Planet Terror went direct-to-DVD - because this scene, set to The Coasters' "Down in Mexico" of Vanessa Furtilo giving "Stuntman Mike" Kurt Russell a lapdance is superb.”
“This is a more plausible explanation for Gaga's popularity than Paglia's argument, which is not only that Gaga isn't sexy but also that young people wouldn't know a true sexual icon if she stepped out of a laptop and offered a free lapdance.”
“While activists in Britain battle on in an attempt to regulate lapdance clubs – the number of which has been growing at an alarming rate during the last decade – Iceland has passed a law that will result in every strip club in the country being shut down.”
“Plus 2 for one drinks …. even if they were $10 beers …. .so $40 got you 4 beers roast beef, penne a la vodka and a lapdance.”
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