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chesterfield rugby

slang A euphemism for sexual or other amorous activity, as may be done on a couch or sofa (a "chesterfield" being a Canadian term for such). Primarily heard in Canada. Many parents are worried that teens are starting to play chesterfield rugby at far too early an age these days.
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