motion lotion

motion lotion

slang Any substance that is or acts as a lubricant, whether for mechanical parts or for sexual use. Make sure to put some motion lotion on that bike chain after you clean it up. We're trying some stimulating motion lotion to spice up our sex life.
See also: lotion, motion

motion-lotion

n. gasoline; motor fuel. (Citizens band radio.) Let’s stop up ahead for some motion-lotion.
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Svelt Melt and Motion Lotion, both PS35 from Boots, are meant to be used in conjunction with exercise to help women in their quest for lovelier legs.
THOSE drivers who 'fuelishly' fill up with the wrong type of motion lotion will be heartened to hear of the AA's specialist new service - Fuel Assist.
This three-litre oil-burner has the muscle to arrive at the 62mph point in well under seven seconds, boasts a top speed of 155mph and a surprisingly frugal use of the motion lotion with, depending upon individual driving style, the promise of well over 40mpg on average.
Others, such as brother Ralf and David Coulthard, would also have a better chance if Schumi had to get out and fill his own motor during pit stops, rushing to a kiosk to pay for the motion lotion he puts in.
As I headed by cab to Isola in Knightsbridge, the poor cabbie nearly had a heart attack when I emptied the bag and out fell a funny-shaped lipstick, which you could never get on straight as it keeps vibrating around, and a giant tube of edible chocolate motion lotion - very useful.
A retired and well-wadded RAF friend of my father's bought a late 1971 Interceptor SP, which I believe stood for "six pack" of carbs that supplied motion lotion to the 7.2 litre motor at the rate of about 1 pint per mile, or 8 mpg.
. I set the box beside the rain jackets and motion lotions.