Friday, November 17, 2006

eaten out

to be eaten out::: when someone dines at the Y.

my bff4rrehvr, crionaberry and I recently had a dish about being eaten out. what gives?

food for thought, how can you be eaten out when vaginas are all about eating in?

you gotta get all up inside a chick's flange to nosh. so, are you eating her out of cunt juice and home? do you dine outdoors? is it about cervical suckage?


and, this:

I want to eat you out
I ate her out
can I eat you out

ok. that. is just not hot. it makes me feel like I have a knish between my legs.

when a man says, I want to eat you out. it conjures images of my pussy being served on a red and white checkered tablecloth. like he's wearing a napkin as a shirt and bringing a knife and a fork to the pussy party. creepy.

girls? boys? spill.


Nicky said...

I think it's a gross phrase. I don't know why but it makes me think of the nursery rhyme Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater. There's no specific connection, but that's what I think of and it creeps me out.

Writeprocrastinator said...

Well first, quoth the Bette Midler, "if God didn't want pussy to be eaten, he wouldn't have made it look like a taco."

Second, "eating out?" It's not a phrase that I've used since I was in high school, with one exception. Whenever a S.E. Rykoff truck (the restaurant supply company) goes by and I see their ubiquitous slogan "eat out more often," I have to explain why I'm laughing so hard. It never gets old, because I see the trucks so rarely and randomly.

Third, I would guess the phrase "eating out" was akin to the phrase, "being turned out." As in, turning something inside out.

Writeprocrastinator said...


Loves the "Dagwood" reference!

diane said...

Actually, you're not too far off Nicky. Did you ever hear the old joke about how the Fairy Godmother plugged Cinderella's hoo-hoo up with a pumpking when she heard Cindy was cheating on the prince?
Fairy G. comes back weeks later surprised to find Miss Cinderella happy as could be. Well, Cinderella revealed to Fairy Godmother, you'll never believe who I met...Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater!
I heard this joke when I was in 7th grade & am disturbed that I still remember it.

Ms Smack said...

yeh it grosses me out too. Mind you, its okay for me to say to Katie 'seafood taco' or 'eat the horizontal taco' or something, but if a guy actually said that to me? i'd probably slap his face.

There are some things you can say to your girls that you cant say, or hear from a mans mouth.

I am trying to think of a phrase I will accept - if he has to ask - and am struggling. Help me Katie. Whats acceptable?

katie schwartz said...

nicky, that is hysterical! eerily true, too. so gross.

katie schwartz said...

wp, bruce vilanch wrote that. it's quite hilar, isn't it! he's such an amazing writer.

interesting explanation: being turned out. I can see that.

still. does it turn you on to say it? I mean, really? you're a man, so I'm askin. spill.

katie schwartz said...

diane. I don't know that joke. great spin on an old nursery rhyme. got anymore?

katie schwartz said...

honey smack, so true. so fucking true. and so funny!! HAHAHAHAHHAHAHA.

phrase wise... the following would work for me, what about you:::

I could eat your pussy for days.
I could live between your legs, you taste that delicious.
your juices are as luscious as fresh spring water.

weigh in, honey!

Dale said...

Nobody should ever say 'I want to eat you out'. They should just do it and try not to slurp too loudly. Unless you like slurping.

Nicky said...

Diane -- that's it! I remember that joke from elementary school! Ewwww... food-in-vagina references really skeeve me out.

Writeprocrastinator said...

"still. does it turn you on to say it? I mean, really? you're a man, so I'm askin. spill."

Know that I speak only for myself when I say that it doesn't for me as much as it did back in my teen days, but back then, everything got me going. It's kinda like cat fighting, it just doesn't hold the same thrill anymore.

Ms Smack said...

I am going on a mission to use one of your phrases to my advantage this weekend. Lord knows, I have cobwebs and girl, they need tongue-dusting.


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