comes with the territory


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come

1. verb, vulgar slang To orgasm. The alternate spelling "cum" is often used. I don't think I'll sleep with him again—I didn't come the last time.
2. noun, vulgar slang Semen. Will a black light pick up bodily fluids like come?

come with the territory

To typically accompany a certain situation; to be a usual consequence or related issue. When you're the boss, staying late at the office just comes with the territory. Sleep deprivation comes with the territory of being a new parent.
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come

and cum
1. in. to experience an orgasm. (There is no other single word for this meaning. Usually objectionable.) God, I thought she’d never cum.
2. n. semen. (Usually objectionable.) Do you think cum is alive?

come

/become unstuck
To break down or fall apart: a marriage that came unstuck after only a year.

comes with the territory

Is part of specific conditions or circumstances. For example, “You may not like dealing with difficult customers, but it comes with the territory.” The term, which originally alluded to traveling salesmen who had to accept whatever they found in their assigned region, or “territory,” soon came to be extended to other areas. It dates from the second half of the twentieth century.
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I have a dog myself, so I fully understand how unpleasant it can be having to pick up after your pet, but that comes with the territory of being a dog owner.
The Celtic boss said: "We have had a very hectic schedule but that comes with the territory.
I have got a thick skin and have always accepted that criticism is something which comes with the territory.
If you are going to replace someone, the manager is the obvious one - it comes with the territory.
It comes with the territory of being so successful over the last three or four years.
I can understand it a little because we are such a high-profile club and it comes with the territory, I suppose.
Cllr Dowd said: ``There was an awful lot of abuse, particularly towards the chief fire officer, and inevitably that isn't pleasant but it comes with the territory.
Of course, I knowwhat he's going through, but the pressure comes with the territory and obviously if you make a mistake as a goalkeeper you know you are going to be criticised, especially if you play for such a big country as England," said Poom.
After Queen's there is more attention on me but it's not a total shock - that just comes with the territory.
Taking stick comes with the territory and usually means the opposition respect you or fear you.
CITY manager Roberto Mancini has told Andre Villas-Boas to man up and accept criticism comes with the territory of a top job.
NEW ZEALAND: All Blacks superstar Dan Carter admits that expectation comes with the territory for World Cup favourites New Zealand.
There's people out there struggling to put food on the table for their families, so in terms of pressure in the Premier League, that comes with the territory.