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[Potentially NSFW - I really have no idea] What does the expression "made squid" mean?

Asked by elbanditoroso (26289points) 1 month ago

I don’t think it has anything to do with cephalopods.

Context – “he and his girlfriend made squid”

But I have no idea what it actually is. Any slang linguists?

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rebbel's avatar

Culinary expression, for sure.
Squirt wouldn’t be.

KNOWITALL's avatar

American said it? Hmmm.

SQUEEKY2's avatar

Same as making bacon?
Just a new sexual slang?
I am getting old for all this stuff the young ones come up with.

Brian1946's avatar

It probably means they were both pleasured by someone with tentacles (AKA a raging lollipop). ;-)

johnpowell's avatar

Oh lord. I thought maybe the urban dictionary could help. After getting through some definitions about motorcycles I found this gem:

v. ‘to squid’. A sexual technique whereby immediately prior to the male’s ejaculation the female’s parent, boyfriend or other threat enters the room. The male then turns to face the intruder, ejaculating onto them, thereby creating a distraction and allowing an expedient getaway. From the method by which squid spray ink at predators to ease escape.

SO MAYBE THEY DID THAT

Dutchess_III's avatar

Need more context.

elbanditoroso's avatar

@johnpowell – that makes the most sense. Thanks.

flutherother's avatar

Also from the Urban Dictionary:
“A particular method used by unexperienced girls to give hand jobs. The female (or male) performing the hand job spreads out their fingers and approaches the penis head on, collapsing each digit equidistant around the base of the shaft. To complete the stroke, all five fingers are drawn up the shaft toward the center of the palm unanimously while the palm is drawn away away from the head of the penis. Performed correctly, this should result in a motion resembling a squid swimming.”

elbanditoroso's avatar

@flutherother – I had no idea. Thanks.

MrGrimm888's avatar

Oh lord… I just use squid for fishing. Maybe I’ll leave one out in the sun one day. Then see how it feels. Can’t be worse than a warm watermelon, or pumpkin….:)

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