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sex goddess

A woman, especially a celebrity or entertainer, who is popularly considered to have abundant sex appeal; a sex symbol. Tom's always had posters of some sex goddess or another hanging on his bedroom walls ever since he turned 13. She was something of a sex goddess as a young starlet, but she has since become a leading activist for women's rights around the world.
See also: goddess, sex

hug the porcelain god(dess)

and hug the throne
tv. to vomit; to vomit while holding on to the toilet seat. By “hug the porcelain god” I assume you are referring to vomiting into the toilet bowl? The girls drank a lot of beer and two of them spent the night hugging the porcelain god.
See also: goddess, hug, porcelain

sex goddess

n. a sexy-looking female movie or television star. I wonder what these sex goddesses look like when they get up in the morning.
See also: goddess, sex

worship the porcelain god(dess)

tv. to empty one’s stomach; to vomit. (Collegiate.) Somebody was in the john worshiping the porcelain god till all hours.
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The centuries-old tradition of choosing a young girl as a goddess continues to this day and people from all over the world fly in just to have a glimpse of her at the Kumari Bahal, which has a red sign outside that reads 'Living Goddess'.
Chanda Dhakal, a resident of Kathmandu, told ANI, "As per Hindu tradition, the cow is regarded as Goddess Laxmi.
Critique: Thoroughly 'reader friendly' and impressively informative in commentary, organization and presentation, "Bird Magic: Wisdom of the Ancient Goddess for Pagans & Wiccans" is a unique and thoroughly impressive contribution to and Goddess Worship studies.
Ceres was the goddess of agriculture, grain crops and fertility.
The finished film contains the unique insights of the life's work of Dr Jacqueline Karageorghis -- an internationally renowned French archaeologist -- who brings to life the spirit of ancient Cyprus and the immortal presence of the Great Goddess.
Goddess Remembered (1989) was part one of a three-part film series entitled 'Women and Spirituality' (National Film Board of Canada, 1989-92), which could now be regarded as a classic statement of goddess feminism.
While some posit that the roots of Aphrodite can be traced back to primordial deities like the earth goddess whose carven likeness is known as the Venus of Willendorf, it could be argued that it was in Mesopotamia and the Levant where she began to take shape into the perennial icon of womanhood and beauty, when she was Ishtar.
He thought that the sacrifice will bring happiness in the lives of the childless couples, who visited the Goddess Kali temple," police said.
On both the occasions, nine different forms of Goddess Durga are worshipped.
The Goddess Trilogy, recorded in 1999 for the "Music from Northwestern University" series, is a heady collection of challenging works for horn.
The goddess stands on the severed head of a buffalo, except in three instances, where she rises from a lotus.
The healing goddess Brigid was revered among many other Celtic divinities such as warrior goddess Maeve and the poet Liadan.
Here the goddesses are aligned with zodiac signs and cycles of nature in a daily-reflection format, which each day selecting a goddess and providing history, background, and keys to further contemplation.
The campaign also includes her exclusive remake of the iconic Venus song, plus the launch of a new philanthropic effort called the Venus Goddess Fund for Education.
In this book, Clooney engages in a theological experiment, arguing for the value of comparing what we learn of Hindu goddess traditions with specific strands of Christian tradition.