A minor annoyance

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  1. Amature

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    I watch quite a bit of TV. Probably too much. One of the catch phrases that every one seems to be using is "honey hole." The first time I remember hearing this phrase (that I recall anyway) was probably back about 1976 or 7 in Hustler magazine. The author used it to describe a woman's pussy. It went something like "he slipped his tongue into her honey hole, tasting her sweet nectar." Being a virgin (young, dumb, and full of cum) I thought this was the most erotic thing a man could say about a woman's delicate lady parts. But now honey hole is used to describe a patch of ginseng, an alligator infested stinking mucky watered swamp, or a barn full of dusty, bird shit on junk. None of these compare to the "honey hole" I remember being described all those years ago. And every time I hear some goofy fucker describe it today, it kind of saddens me.
     
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    I dunno - "honey hole" reminds me of this... ah... interesting bit from a Creative Writing class I took once. The way this guy wrote this sex scene... Others probably found it good; I nearly chewed through my cheek trying not to laugh.

    "The lips of her delicate flower tasted of a sweet ambrosia... From the most sacred orifice of her womanliness poured forth the nectar of the gods."
     
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    It's not about Winnie the Pooh?
     
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    There is only 1 Honey Hole here@H4H lol xoxo
     
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    I seem to have the same thought when I hear the term.
     
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    When I was much younger, we used the term for a favorite fishing spot. Everybody had their favorite honey hole.
     
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    Sounds to me like he was drinking straight from a beer bottle ;)
     
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    Really? I've never heard it on TV even once. I only know the phrase as a (rather silly) porn phrase. I'd expect to hear it on Spike TV, and even then I'd laugh at it.
     
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    On the TV show Swamp People on the History Channel they use it to describe places with lots of alligators several times each episode. On American Pickers they use it occasionally to describe places that have rare antiques not generally accessible to everyone. On Discovery, the term is used to describe a large ginseng patch on the show Appalachian Outlaws.
     
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    LOL, I'm much more annoyed that the History Channel has a show about swamp people, and the Discovery Channel has a show about Appalachian outlaws.


    (It's interesting, though, that both channels have people who use the same expression. If I understand correctly, the History Channel is now owned by the Discovery Channel, so these shows are probably sharing scriptwriters.)
     
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    That very well could be. I spend $100 a month for like 300 channels of nothing to watch it seems. This weekend was free HBO so I got to see some free porn, but it looked fake, but for free it was better than anything else I guess. LOL.