from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of pantie.
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- n. A helmet cover.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. short underpants for women or children (usually used in the plural)
I have heard putting it in "panty hose or hosery" to keep the feathers in place.
Or, if it's a real estate listing, "walk-in panty" instead of pantry.
Because the panty is just where every hose (penis) wants to be.
She was only 5 'tall but looked like a high fashion model in panty hose and high heels, especially compared to her Zoque mother who wasn't more than 4 "5".
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I couldn’t get the image out of my mind, the hose going up the legs, and this was accompanied in my thoughts by a whisper of the word panty.
After twisting its shapely ankle on a strappy, five-inch heel caught in a sewer grate, Chick-lit has bravely righted itself, adjusted its skirt so only a sliver of panty is visible, wiped away its drunken mascara tears, and screamed, “Fuck you, asshole!” into the night.
Just a point of language usage: your post reads “adjusted it’s skirt so only a sliver of panty is visible” and it should read ITS skirt, no?
Jill Monroe: I didn't write the phrase panty igniter, but I have more people comment about it, so I'll go ahead and take credit.
Not sure my stomach was ready for the notion of panty-sniffing so early in the day…may I just say, “Eww?”
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