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Antiquarians:

Is there one-syllable word for vaginal secretions that is as compact and vivid as "spooge"? In any language, if not English?

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"Seepage" is useful, as in seepage of oil from the earth, seepage of water from cave walls.

I still want an Anglo-Saxon monosyllable, though. I've coined splurchy for a really sopping cunt—from its sound, when penetrated—so perhaps "splurch" would do for the monosyllable that I seek.

Antiquarians?

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5 Comments:

spooge heehee. I don't know why but it makes me giggle like a little school girl John.

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By Blogger cheap ciagrettes, at October 01, 2004 12:15 AM  

They call the male variety 'goozer' at cattle auctions. I like 'juice' for the ladies because it give the connotation of an overipe fruit.

By Blogger dangerouspenguin, at October 01, 2004 6:37 PM  

The word is smegma.

By Blogger S., at October 09, 2004 12:19 PM  

No, It isn't.

By Blogger John Psmyth, at October 09, 2004 8:11 PM  

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