randiness


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randiness

[ˈrændɪnɪs] Ncachondez f

randiness

n (Brit) → Geilheit f
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And that could lead to an overall boost in couple-wide randiness, if you will.
And, strangely, I always connect Tenby and randiness with James Bond.
Could some of ideas in Open Marriage now be providing the same rationale for male randiness in an older constituency?
The supposed lubricity of the French, Davies suggests, is attributable to "small but highly visible groups within French society" In the 18th century, the licentious court of Louis XV and the pornography it patronized, which became a lucrative export, gave rise to the myth of exceptional French randiness that the 19th-century boom in Paris's brothels and consequent sex tourism reinforced, and the experience in France of American GIs in both world wars immortalized, French sex jokes were a reaction to a200-year development, to the delight of everyone--including the French, minus the petit bourgeoisie.
Lesbianism, History, and Censorship: The Well of Loneliness and the Suppressed Randiness of Virginia Woolf's Orlando.
2: 477-508) assembles compelling evidence that Shakespeare's "scandal" for nineteenth-century readers was less same-sex than adulterous desire (in contrast to post-Freudian, twentieth-century audiences that saw in robust heterosexual randiness expressions of health).
158); it also reinforces the striking disparity between the chastity of the Homeric Penelope and the randiness of her Californian counterpart.
When it comes to Batting for Britain, your Randiness, it's probably time to declare.