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What did people call their penises and vaginas eight centuries ago?

Cat's meat, thatched cottage, fanny, cartsue case, jam, quim-whiskers, front parlour, whopper, percy, doover, swanska, jamoke, jolly bean, donniger... these timelines tell you the nicknames of your intimate parts from 1250 to today

Depending on what era you live in, a penis might be known as a plough, a pillow prick, a jigglestick, or a jasper, while a vagina might be a fly-trap, an oracle, a catch 'em alive-o, or the antipodes. Brush up on your historical slang with a pair of genital charts.

TimeGlider created these timelines from Green's Dictionary of Slang by Jonathon Green. The Vagina Chart stretches back to the year 1250, which is when the first recorded instance of the word "cunt" appears and then lists the appearance of subsequent vaginal nicknames by month and year. The Penis Chart starts in the year 1300, with the first appearance of "ballocks" and goes on from there.

Penis chart at link

by Anonymousreply 408/18/2013

Vagina chart

by Anonymousreply 108/18/2013

[quote]The Vagina Chart stretches back to the year 1250, which is when the first recorded instance of the word "cunt" appears

I knew Madonna was old, but seriously ......

by Anonymousreply 208/18/2013

There might be some people here who remember what they were called during their childhoods.

by Anonymousreply 308/18/2013

I find the charts rather cumbersome. Could someone tell me when the term Princess Tiny Meat came into vogue?

by Anonymousreply 408/18/2013
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