Marina Orlova in the Boobs of PhiLOLogy
Surprisingly, Marina Orlova doesn’t mention that men have enjoyed ogling Bouncing Boobies since 1929 (see Note 2).
For Music Monday,
Call Me Maybe Parody
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(2) The Historical Dictionary of Slang traces the first use of Boobs to 1929 with this usage:
“Studs didn’t usually pay attention to how girls looked, except…to notice their boobs, if they were big enough to bounce.”
Booby or Boobie (1916) was the new spelling of the American slang word, Bubby (Merriam-Webster (1913) meaning breast. The exact origin of Boobs is uncertain yet, Etymologists believe that the slang word, Bubby was likely related to the German word, Bübbi meaning Teat…
“The Ladies here may without Scandal shew Face or white Bübbies, to each ogling Beau.” -Thomas D’Urfey’s 1690 New Poems
The present Titillating Tales of German vernacular…
Posted on October 7, 2013, in Humor, Music Monday, Titillating Tuesday and tagged Big Boobs, Boobs, Call Me Maybe Parody, Humor, Mammary Monday, Marina Orlova, Melon Monday, Music Monday, PhiLOLogy, Titillating Tuesday. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.