Your Favorite Double-Entendre

While taking with The Mermaid today, the subject of double-entendres was brought up. The I said:

Erlidh (12:22:28 PM): yeah. life is hard when you’re horny.

And it came to me that this is a really good one.

To which she responded, eventually:

[The Mermaid] (12:23:23 PM): along the lines of a hard man is good to find

Then I got the idea to start a thread. Fancy that:) So here’s where you post your favorite, or best, or worst (which would be best, sort of) double-entendre.

Let the maudlin flirting and sex-starved rush for attention begin!

Uranus is a titan.

So this woman walks into a bar and says, “Give me a double entendre.”
And the bartender gives it to her.

On a recent episode of “NYPD Blue,” Sipowicz used the expression “front-door lovin’,” which can be interpreted in a variety of interesting ways. :slight_smile:

Pretty much anything racinchikki and I say to each other…

Got any Irish in ya?

I’d really like to have sex with you.

I’ll stick with the single ones, thank you very much.

As usual—gotta go with an oldie—

“Is that a gun/banana in yer pocket or are ya glad ta see me?”

Hey, hon… need some cheering UP?

A woman walks into a bar and asks for a double entendre
So the barman gives her one

bugger :frowning:

I will read the whole thread. I will read the whole thread.

Liquor in the front, poker in the back.

Ok I’m going for the really bad ones.

If I said you had a beautiful body would you hold it against me?

A chicken is the most perverted animal in the barnyard cause he sticks his pecker in everything he eats or drinks.

A girl walks into a bar and says “I need a good stiff one” So the bartender gives it to her.

This reminds me very little of the swami who refused novocaine at the dentist.

He wanted to transcend dental medication.
From the movie “Educating Rita”, where her husband is wondering how it is that all the women in the family are pregnant except Rita.

Danny: Well, there’s certainly nothing wrong with me. In my family, all a man has to do is look at a woman and she’s pregnant.

Rita: That’s because you’re all cockeyed!
(Usually, this line is followed by a big whooshing sound in most movie houses.)