girlie magazine


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girlie magazine

n. a magazine featuring pictures of nude women. The girlie magazines were hidden under the counter.
See also: girlie
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Guccione, 65, has had to close two of his glossy non-porn titles in a bid to keep his flagship girlie magazine alive.
I was sad to hear that the lovely Emily Symons (Marilyn Fisher of Home and Away) is to bare all for an Australian girlie magazine.
But later Mike was left blushing when a colleague spotted revealing photos of Lynette in the readers' wives section of a girlie magazine.
So I took out a girlie magazine and pretended to be fascinated with 25 tips on how to lose weight living on cucumber recipes.
Things I Miss The Most is a loser song of the classic kind, with the divorcee frying up his 'sad cuisine' before curling up with a girlie magazine.
There wasn't even an illicit cigarette or a worn girlie magazine being passed among them - pastimes many would probably expect from boys that age.
And Penthouse, the girlie magazine, plans to feature a full-frontal of a Roswell alien.
In 1973 my father was writing about cars for Swank, a second-tier girlie magazine with slightly more spread in their spreads and less pretense about being there.
A female officer on the New York City police force did a nude photo session for a girlie magazine.
Like at the drugstore, where Jim is buying sanitary products for his teen daughter (much hilarity ensues, including from the cashier, who dishes about her own reproductive system, as cashiers so often do when you're checking out) and Lauren is trying to replace a centerfold she's ripped up from her son's girlie magazine.
A sordid girlie magazine has been slammed by MPs - for offering readers the chance to win sex with a busty blonde.
One grisly aspect of the raid on the house in Copyhold Lane was the discovery of a girlie magazine containing an article entitled The Hit Man's Holiday, the true story of a murder victim being dismembered to prevent identification.