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rumpy-pumpy

slang Sexual activity. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. I can't even imagine the amount of rumpy-pumpy that goes on in that dormitory. Every time I go down to the warehouse, Lonnie is there running his mouth. I don't know how the other guys can stand to hear him talking all day.
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CLAIRE BRABIN: "Mum, when they do rumpy why is somebody on top?
OK, it's not Ange with the divorce papers, Den burning down the Dagmar or Arfur's rumpy with Mrs Hewitt.
The over-40s prefer nookie, bonk, and - wait for it - rumpy pumpy.
Rumpy Pumpy was designed by the former actor who has now set up the Saddleworth Cheese Company.
They are fighting back with 90 minutes of advance grumping and there are handy hints on getting through the hard times the grumpy way including grumping through the ages, celebrity culling, why women can't help being mad and the Safe Grumpy Rumpy Pumpy.
Instead, there was rumpy mixed with plenty of pumpy.
Rumpy Pompey: Sean Davis celebrates with David Nugent after nabbing goal No.
So if you tune into this documentary expecting to see lots of 'amusing' rumpy pumpy, then you're going to be very disappointed indeed .
Emma said: "I was offered Rumpy earlier in the season and has certainly proved his worth.
Nerve-jangling drama, forensic attention to detail, the best assassin in the world (he'd make mincemeat of Jason Bourne), rumpy pumpy, and a fickle twist of French fate.
ACCORDING to gossip, amateur jumps jockey Richard Burton celebrated his 30th birthday by having rumpy pumpy in the back seat of his car with his girlfriend.
If the answer to all three is Yes, then the bloke will have to say: "Before we go any further, do you mind signing this form confirming that you quite fancy me, you are of sound mind and body and that if we have rumpy pumpy you were up for it?
POMPADOUR racecourse in the Dordogne sits in the shadow of a chateau that once belonged to Madame de Pompadour, who apparently got the deeds to the place simply by making `la bete a deux dos' (that's the beast with two backs, or plain old rumpy pumpy to you and me) with Louis XV.
But nookie was a no-no for Mexico, Chile and Russia, who were all knocked out, while finalists Germany were warned no rumpy the night before a match.