French letter


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French letter

n. British Slang
A condom.

French letter

n
Brit a slang term for condom
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So you can imagine me dashing off the most correct French letters; and, if you don't believe it, I will keep the rough draft to show you when I go back.
So, French Letter Fair Trade condoms may be the best overall option.
(Montgomery, Puritan though he was, insisted that his men be taught the French term for 'French letter'.) General Thompson also shows that it was the German High Command, especially von Rundstedt, and not Hitler, who made their fatal decision to weaken the pursuit of the defeated Allies to Dunkirk.
When the French letter arrived, my mother, who loved French culture and dreamed of Paris, said: "Why don't you go to France for one or two years, then visit my sisters in the U.S.
Rosemary Cotton at home last week...let's hope she used a French letter!; HOT MALE: Where Cotton and her lover had sex
Stand-out track is the enigmatic The French Letter which, although reminiscent of something from da Floyd's Wish You Were Here, still sounds stunning.
Correspondence brings together three essays tracing the history of French letter manuals, books that guided readers in how to write what was deemed a proper letter in different time periods.
Following the usual format of previous Corpus volumes, Jean-Michel Noailly's edition presents the original lute tablature, which used the French letter system, and superimposes a transcription in short score suitable for keyboard or study purposes assuming a G tuning.
It's name is "The French Letter," and I couldn't help but cringe with embarrassment by imagining those poor virgins of business sitting around a lounge room trying to think up the winning name that would draw their modern clientele.