wet dream


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wet dream

an erotic dream accompanied by an emission of semen during or just after sleep
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The canvassers provide a range of unrealistic and false information regarding the size of the penis, duration of intercourse, masturbation, wet dreams, menstrual pain, signs and symbols of virginity, shapes of breasts, the hymen and so on.
It might not be Paco Underhill's ultimate wet dream, but I know it's mine.
Here's the deal: For all the yammering about how the show is a leftist's wet dream, it falls dismally short.
This is a most peculiar wet dream, the life-denying nightmare of a black male child horrified by the prospect of being nurtured to death by a protective, pacifying maternalism.
Incidentally, that reminds me of the time Bob Monkhouse opened a show by telling his audience: "Sorry if I look knackered, but I had a wet dream on St Swithin's Day.
This app is a carnivore's wet dream," said ZPZ Executive Producer Jennifer Williams.
New Look's self-titled debut is packaged like a hipster's wet dream and to a certain extent it is every bit as pretentious as it looks.
The festival plans to screen Derakhshandeh's four length- feature films including Relationship (1986), A Little Bird of Happiness (1987), Wet Dream (2005) and Eternal Children (2006).
In that hefty wheelbarrow we find a drunken daredevil, boldly poised on its handle atop a curvaceous little seashell in a pas de deux titled First Wet Dream, 2009.
He graduated via the Emotions to solo artist and top 10 status with the single Wet Dream, which was aided by a BBC radio-ban (it was, after all, still the 60s) in becoming a top 10 hit.
While Jenkins' vision was a marketing man's wet dream, it all, somehow, got lost in translation.