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  • n. Alternative form of body part.


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  • Frankly this is tortured nonsense; if you don't do the dirty joke, you're repressing the vitality of the sexuality Shakespeare embedded in the line, the kind of body-part joke he rarely resisted.

    Lance Mannion:

  • For young children it can be their only opportunity to acquire basic body management skills, like body-part identification, spatial awareness, and such abilities as stopping and starting on signal.

    Rae Pica: Why Kids Need "Gym Class"

  • In the category of sit-up-and-take-notice transgressive body-part depiction, I think Sendak's "In The Night Kitchen" is the sole place in American Children's Literature for male anatomical explicitness.

    Shoot me now.

  • You have only to wade into the opening minutes of any Will Ferrell movie to be rendered numb by the body-part jokes, unredeemed by the Lampoon's intellectual or linguistic fireworks.

    Read This Review or . . .

  • At least the goofy-fun art style keeps all the body-part mishaps from seeming too gross.

    Things Undone » Comics Worth Reading

  • Either someone was in the black-market body-part business or we had a Harvester on our hands.

    Blood Lite II: Overbite

  • Nothing to get involved in nor a desire to learn more, not even wanting to know how the body-part doctor even begins to think like he does.

    Current Movie Reviews, Independent Movies - Film Threat

  • The mailman promised that he would institute a thorough Postal Service inquiry to discover the source of the body-part packages.

    Baby Games

  • You'll be back up and making more body-part jokes before you know it.

    Considering the Uterus

  • Zombies are rather pleasant people to know if you can look past the occasional body-part falling off.

    Author Guest Blog Post: Mortimus Clay on Fantasy World Building


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