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Forget classified personals, speed dating, or other Pataskala dating sites or chat rooms, you've found the best!“He has an uh-mazing dick.” Those were the words of Michelle Money -- yes, that is her real name -- on this week’s season finale of “Bachelor in Paradise.” She was referring to the appendage of Cody, her now-boyfriend, with whom she had just had an overnight date.That wasn’t the only time that happened in the show’s finale.Following an overnight date during which her beau Robert wore his jeans to bed, contestant Sarah told the camera, “I don’t even know if he a penis.” In that two-hour-long season finale, we saw the polar extremes of how women talk about a man's dick -- in praise of his virility and masculinity, and as a form of total and complete emasculation.A euphemism referring to large sex organs, in men or women.

" Just to fully convey her enthusiasm, know that I had to cut off the latter part of the exclamation points, along with special characters, to fit the quote on this page.Even before she saw the aforementioned member, she told the camera in a pre-date interview that she was excited to see what she would find that evening."Like, sometimes I get the impression that guys with that big a body have a small dick,” she said, her mouth blurred on the final word, on top of an obscuring bleep. Maybe his dick is very muscular, like the rest of his body.There are examples of it in print in Middle English, for example, this extract from Sir John Fortescue's The Governance of England, circa 1475: There are many examples in print of 'well endowed schools' and the like, from the Middle Ages onward. Stevens's psychology textbook The Varieties Temperament, 1942: It may be that the above authors were using 'well endowed' in the earlier sense and just happened to be writing about sex organs.The 'having a plentiful supply of sex organs' meaning didn't emerge until the mid 20th century. We can in any case date the slang usage to a date not much later, in Nicholas Monsarrat's novel The Cruel Sea, 1951: The above applies to men with large penises, but women, by virtue of having large breasts, may be well endowed too.

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