C-spot

C-spot

verb
See C-note
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For example, guards like Curry and Lillard have reliable outside shots that they can easily slide to the 2-spot; and big men like Love and Griffin can move to the C-spot if the Americans want to go faster but without sacrificing much of the the team ceiling.
Researcher Susan Oakley said that there is no "G-spot" and there is just "C-spot", which is the source of a lot of sexual pleasure for the female.
In addition Wired.com and C-Spot are also to join the BRAVIA Internet Video Link service.
Not surprisingly, the "C" in C-Spot's bite-sized confections mostly stands for crapola.
Sony, meanwhile, says it's premature to discuss future plans for C-Spot, approaching the exercise as a Petri dish that, with any luck, will create a nurturing environment to incubate new comedies.
Q MY new boyfriend says he wants to hit my C-spot - but to be honest, I've never even heard of it.
QMY new boyfriend has started saying he wants to hit my "C-spot" but to be honest, I've never even heard of it.
QMY new boyfriend says he wants to hit my C-spot - and, to be honest, I've never even heard of it.