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boink

tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) He said he boinked her twice.
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Boink Boink with its motto Bump and Run stands for one thing - FUN is a perfect destination for bubble soccer lovers.
Admittedly there were compensations; Harris became a Hippie Chick Magnet and even got to boink Joan Baez.
The painting emerged in 1964 from the collection of a Lady Campbell, and was sold at Sotheby's to an American collector, Mildred Boink, from Indiana.
Wayne Wonder's No Letting Go is more mainstream but no less strange, being driven by a syncopated boink and possessing a chorus which is pure lovers rock treacle.
He offers the kid 300 bucks for a quick boink, and by page 41 they're back in his office, with Antonio getting more than his money's worth.
Assistant Editor Jennie Yabroff reports that despite the proliferation of specialty blogs such as Sex and the Ivy, student-paper sex columns and student-run sex magazines like Harvard's H Bomb, Yale's SWAY and Boston University's Boink, college students are actually having less sex.