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boink

rude slang To have sexual intercourse. I heard that Katie and Brad boinked last night after leaving the bar together.

boink

tv. & in. to copulate [with] someone. (Usually objectionable.) He said he boinked her twice.
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Bill Toro, prexy of Miami, Fla.-based vendor Boink Systems, says other purchasers of its technology include National Amusement, which plans to supplement conventional ticketing at The Bridge in southwest L.A.
Is that like a boink? I guess a couple of weeks ago when I was at home.
Now, if she had told me that she had no idea why the sex never happened in her relationship, that I would have believed, but that last boink was a no-brainer.
The shot of a moody Cerys smoking a cigarette, dressed all in black with a hotel bellboy's hat, and bedecked with beaded jewellery, is by photographers Klanger and Boink.
There's a complete absence of rattles, squeaks and things that go boink, and that 1.9 turbo diesel engine is a belter.
So I was shocked when the chief violinist of an ensemble pulls out a cigarette and lights up in the opening pages of Aja Gabel's brilliant, groundbreaking novel--and then the violinist boinks one of the judges of an upcoming contest and tries to blackmail him.
Hearst, the mildly rebellious (she cut high school classes and boinked her math teacher) 19-year-old daughter of the publisher of the San Francisco Examiner, was dragged half-naked and screaming from her apartment one night in 1974 by gunmen who shot up half the neighborhood in the process.
Artistic director Wendy Hesketh, who times her choreography in terms of boinks and uses animal metaphors to explain movements, leads the company.