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1) mutual oral sex at the same time. 2) the year 1969

Submitted April 4th, 2003 by: Anonymous

Usage Examples

I got my first real six-string. Bought it at the five-and-dime. Played it till my fingers bled. It was the summer of '69
From the Song Summer of 69 by Bryan Adams  

Comments

And I thought the Summer of '69 was about felacio! Comment by: The Critic    Rated:3/5
69 is kewl! Comment by: Yeahah   
who doesn't know what this means? honestly now. Comment by: Simba   
LMFAO!!!!!!!!! ITS THE BEST! Comment by: Ashley   
the French have a phrase for this too ... but i forgot what it was within the first 20 seconds Comment by: Lowell   
....that song is bogus, Brian Adams grew up in Canada, they didn't have a five and dime there.... Comment by: Toots   
I sure has hell did not knw thw slang meaning og 69 lol. I decided to find out after hearing that damn 504 song I Can Tell lol. Comment by: Kiki   
You kids are gross. Comment by: Yon   
It's fantastic. XD OMG Comment by: Earlysx   
whats a 5-and-dime? Comment by: DALE   
its like a walmart, but older Comment by: richie   
We also use 69 as a sexual position in Chinese, I think it's popular all over the world. Comment by: chesta   
A 5 & dime is yesteryear's version of the "dollar store" - a place where you could buy things for a nickel (5 cents) or a dime. Comment by: Susie   
LOL the example used (Summer of '69) is written and sung by a Canadian singer/songwriter, not American... nice. :) Comment by: Alice    Rated:2/5
I am from Canada and shopped at the five and dime quite frequently. Thank you! Comment by: Pink W   
I am from Canada and shopped at the five and dime quite frequently. Thank you! Comment by: Pink W   
Actually there WERE five and dime stores in Canada until the late 60's - early 70's. But you actually had to be alive then to see them. Not born after the 90's Comment by: Cattlecar Driver   
A 5 and dime, was a small drug store in the early 20th century usually in smaller towns across the United States. They were also known as Nickel and Dime or 5 and 10 cents stores. They stocked all sorts of cheaper items, and everyday articles that the larger department stores didn't. They usually also had a soda fountain and maybe even a lunch counter. Comment by: JimRat   
CHRIS, FROM BEL-AIR CA. 69 IS PLAYED OUT. I SAY "88"AS IN" I ATE","YOU ATE". Comment by: UK TAX EXILE   

 
 

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