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slap and tickle

euphemism Mild sexual activity. Primarily heard in UK. My flatmates were having a bit of slap and tickle in the sitting room when I came home last night. It was awkward, to say the least.
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slap and tickle

physical amorous play. British informal
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(a bit of) slap and ˈtickle

(old-fashioned, British English, informal) kissing and cuddling between lovers: We used to do anything to get a bit of slap and tickle when we were young lads.
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But the 24-year-old (inset) does not just want to settle for the slap and tickle of Twenty20 thrashes, saying: "I'd love to play in all formats for England.
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Cracks are beginning to appear in Robert and Cora's marriage, so he decides to console himself with a little slap and tickle with the new serving wench.
"There were a few dates, a bit of slap and tickle" - Ulrika Jonsson on her friendship with Prince Edward.
"Yes, we did wrong - but neither of us could ever have dreamed that five minutes of slap and tickle would get us thrown in jail."
That's fun in the same way that some men think that when a woman says she doesn't want to have sex she is kidding and that forcing her is just an innocent bit of slap and tickle.
'He would come up behind and slap and tickle her as pulled down her lower clothing - 'making noises' she says as he rubbed himself against her.
In Soapbox, we get seventeen years of the old slap and tickle - one skirmish after another in O'Brien's healthy, neurotic romance with the slapdash and Tickle Me Elmo of American culture, selected from the pages of Interview, Paper, and other venues.
The second and third names suggest men also view EastEnders' Stacey Branning, played by Lacey Turner, and Kelly Brook as good bets for a little slap and tickle.
Jess Ingram and Keith Hayes are Slap and Tickle, the panto's equivalent of the Broker's Men, pleasing in their Laughing Policeman duet needing to be more positive and careful with their delivery, which is often hard to interpret.
It was pure cheeky Benny Hill slapstick - certainly NOT slap and tickle. I am no jungle reptile, preying on WAGS."
A family legend led Hurt to believe his great grandmother Emma was the result of a bit of slap and tickle with an Irish aristocrat.