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- n. Plural form of pudendum.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. The external organs of generation.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Plural of pudendum.
Fred Durst did a similar thing with his trademark red baseball cap, and it was coz he was as bald as a Kandy Rain pudenda.
Rieck zoomed in on Judith's hand grasping the knife hilt and came up with a picture that evokes a phallus or pudenda almost at the same time.
Inspired by travel, her work's new turns include mammary explosions in nylon, and concrete pillars with dangling pudenda.
Yes, but did you see those on the list of slang for pudenda?
(Did she along with Britney Spear get some buzz in the past by going without u-trow and flashing her pudenda for paparazzi when getting out of acar?)
But rarely have images of female breasts, buttocks and pudenda been so anaphrodisiac.
In this piece the hummingbird appears to be pollinating the growth of hair flowering at the women's pudenda.
Others cited the Alps as nature's shames and ills, as boils, blisters, warts, and wens, and even called the peaks the "Devil's arse" and the steep valleys "Nature's pudenda."
But there's little subversive about the clichéd antiestablishment pose, and the attempts to shock through displays of profanity and pudenda are positively old-fashioned.
Linnaeus caroling through Lapland — reindeers' balls, hags' pudenda.
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