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hide the sausage

rude slang To have sexual intercourse. A: "Did you two hide the sausage last night?" B: "Well that's a personal question!"
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not a sausage

nothing at all. British informal
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not a ˈsausage

(old-fashioned, informal) nothing at all: There’s nothing in here at all. Not a sausage!
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play hide the sausage

tv. to perform an act of copulation. (Jocular. Usually objectionable.) Then he said he wanted to play hide the sausage.
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References in classic literature ?
I daresay David would have had to laugh in the end, had there not been a half-gnawed sausage in one of the pockets, and the sight of it reminded him so cruelly of the poor dog's fate that he howled, and Joey's heart was touched at last, and he also wept, but he wiped his eyes with the duck.
He clasped the dear little terrier in his arms; and then we noticed that there was a sausage adhering to its tail.
This sausage in a vine leaf is for Monsieur Rigaud.
There is our wine in bottles, and our wine in casks; the beer, the oil, and the spices, the bacon, and sausages.
Then they began to pass around the dusky, piquant, Arlesian sausages, and lobsters in their dazzling red cuirasses, prawns of large size and brilliant color, the echinus with its prickly outside and dainty morsel within, the clovis, esteemed by the epicures of the South as more than rivalling the exquisite flavor of the oyster, -- all the delicacies, in fact, that are cast up by the wash of waters on the sandy beach, and styled by the grateful fishermen "fruits of the sea.
It was, that he was devoured of a long dragon; and it was expounded of a maker of sausages, that troubled him exceedingly.
If it were a pig now --like that fat gentleman you are driving along at his ease--one could do something with it; it would at any rate make sausages.
He no longer played a part, and he loved sausages, sausages and bacon, than which, in his own proper sphere, there was nothing more loathsome in the way of food.
They had the most delicious dainties for the taking--strange breads and crackers, cheeses, sausages, sardines--wonderful foods that I never saw on our meagre home-table.
He ate seventeen bowls of porridge, a platter full of fried sausages, eleven loaves of bread and twenty-one mince pies," said the Steward.
I want a hot poker and a policeman made into sausages, and they give me princesses moralising by moonlight, Blue Birds, or something.
And they crossed the street and walked into the cleanest little front room of a small house, half parlour, half shop, and bought a pound of most particular sausages, East talking pleasantly to Mrs.
All at once a gentleman appears with whiskers like sausages, as red as a lobster, announces that there is no one living in the flat except his wife, and sends them both about their business.
At about six o'clock, all the small tables were put together to form one long table, and everybody sat down to tea, coffee, bread, butter, salmon, shad, liver, steaks, potatoes, pickles, ham, chops, black- puddings, and sausages.
In a frying-pan, which was on the fire, and which was secured to the mantelshelf by a string, some sausages were cooking; and standing over them, with a toasting-fork in his hand, was a very old shrivelled Jew, whose villainous-looking and repulsive face was obscured by a quantity of matted red hair.