History DoubleEntendre / Literature

8th Jun '16 10:32:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* Another non-sexual example is PercyByssheShelley's famous poem, "Ozymandias" in which on a shattered ruins of a colossal statue, the inscription reads:

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* Another non-sexual example is PercyByssheShelley's Creator/PercyByssheShelley's famous poem, "Ozymandias" in which on a shattered ruins of a colossal statue, the inscription reads:
12th Feb '16 7:50:00 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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--> "You got there ahead of me... You usually did..."
12th Feb '16 7:46:48 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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** The witches aren't alone with this. Mustrum Ridcully calls the University organ "Our Mighty Organ"). Much to the dismay of the rest of the wizards.

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** The witches aren't alone with this. Mustrum Ridcully calls the University organ "Our Mighty Organ").Organ". Much to the dismay of the rest of the wizards.
30th Dec '15 8:15:20 AM Kitchen90
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** She appears later during a town meeting. When the mayor asks if the meeting is really expected to swallow the ZanyScheme cooked up by the leads, she announces she'll "swallow it with pleasure." Pooley thinks, "Here we go again. Film/CarryOn Up The Council Chamber."

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** She appears later during a town meeting. When the mayor asks if the meeting is really expected to swallow the ZanyScheme cooked up by the leads, she announces she'll "swallow it with pleasure." Pooley thinks, "Here we go again. Film/CarryOn ''Film/CarryOn [[ShoutOut Up The the]] Council Chamber.Chamber''."
7th Oct '15 11:20:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SonOfTheBeach'', the title of which is a double entendre itself, is full of these, usually missed by the speaker, but noticed the character Kimberlee.

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* ''SonOfTheBeach'', ''Series/SonOfTheBeach'', the title of which is a double entendre itself, is full of these, usually missed by the speaker, but noticed the character Kimberlee.
4th Oct '15 8:57:27 AM LadyJafaria
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** In ''Discworld/UnseenAcademicals'', a double entendre is made by ''Vetinari'' of all people. When Glenda goes to see him, Drumknott introduces her by saying "A woman is here to see you. She has a complaint. She is a maid." He ''means'' that she is a servant, and has a complaint which may or may not be related, but Vetinari, [[LiteralistSnarking probably intentionally]], thinks he means that her complaint is that she is unmarried, and replies, "Tell her I can't help her with that. Has she tried using a different perfume?"
13th Jul '15 1:53:16 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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* Charles Chestnutt's "The Wife of His Youth"--essentially an extended TakeThat to mixed-race social climbers in the early 20th century who attempted to distance themselves from their Black ancestry--features a social organization of mixed-race Americans who call themselves "The Blue Veins Society". In-story, they're said to have adopted the name because [[ButNotTooBlack they only accept members if their skin is fair enough that they can see the veins in their wrists]]. Considering the context, though, there's a second meaning: they're a society of social climbers who will do absolutely anything to appear "blue-blooded"--as in "wealthy and well-bred".
23rd Jun '15 7:09:09 PM ShorinBJ
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** "I can see Uranus!"
3rd May '15 5:56:19 PM Smurfton
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* As it turns out, [[CelticMythology Cu Chulainn]] had been referring to breasts as tracts of land centuries before Creator/MontyPython ever did.

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* As it turns out, [[CelticMythology [[Myth/CelticMythology Cu Chulainn]] had been referring to breasts as tracts of land centuries before Creator/MontyPython ever did.
30th Dec '14 5:53:05 PM MarkLungo
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* KerryGreenwood's ''PhryneFisher'' novels have a song that goes, "My man Tom has a thing that is long" to which the response is "My maid Mary has a thing that is hairy" and it goes on about how Tom is going to put his thing that is long in Mary's thing that is hairy... and it's a broom handle and a broom head.

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* KerryGreenwood's ''PhryneFisher'' Creator/KerryGreenwood's ''Literature/PhryneFisher'' novels have a song that goes, "My man Tom has a thing that is long" to which the response is "My maid Mary has a thing that is hairy" and it goes on about how Tom is going to put his thing that is long in Mary's thing that is hairy... and it's a broom handle and a broom head.
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