What is sex called?

Lyubov Polishchuk
Lyubov Polishchuk
March 6, 2013

Sex is an integral part of the life of a modern healthy person. There are no beginners in this category or “I did not like it the first time: I will not do it again.” All human life is twisted around sex. It is everywhere: at home, on the street, on TV, on the Internet, etc. And from how sex is called, in general the head is spinning. Each of us, of course, chooses an option that is suitable for him, but the variety, believe me, is impressive.

How can you call sex

Most often, sex derives its name from the degree of promiscuity of the speaker, or from his profession, social status or level of desire for sex.

So among spouses such offers are widespread to have sex, like “I want to pay the last month’s pay” or “You have a debt, do you want to repay?”. So gently hinting at marital debt, referring to having sex. Not bad and "Run the arrow of Cupid in a mysterious valley", "Taste the tree of knowledge", "Soak in bed", "Do sports", "Make love", "Know the depth", "Dive into the maelstrom of passion", "Get to know closer".

Sexual notations such as “shelter my little animal,” “chock up”, “blow”, “zasandalit”, “feed the snake”, “dig in the burrow”, “uncover”, “fight”, “crack”, “” send a sausage ”,“ perepehnutsya ”,“ sprinkle ”,“ help the tip ”,“ go to the palodrome (trakhodrom) ”.

Sex: how to call it differently

If the relationship between the partners is permanent or it is a married couple, then the name of sex specifically or itself sooner or later itself emerges its own, most often absolutely unique. So, in another way, sex is called “test the sofa for strength”, “go make children”, “unleash the potential”, “fight” and so on.

The following statements are quite common: “let the funny dolphin go”, “take off the cadelac”, “help the tip”, “clean the pipes”, “zasandali”, “intimacy”, “have”, “throw a stick”, “engage in kamasutra”, “jumps”, “Fuck”, “sexual intercourse”, “find point G”, “get to know each other closer”, “tyry-pyry”, “let's see the quickest”, “surrender without remainder”, etc.