where the sun don't shine


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where the sun don't shine

1. In any location not reached by the rays of the sun. ("Don't" is used as a colloquial way of saying "doesn't.") She wants to go spelunking for her birthday, but it gives me the willies thinking about clambering down into some cave where the sun don't shine. Deep-sea researchers have discovered several new species of fish in the darkest parts of the ocean where the sun don't shine.
2. vulgar slang In one's anal or vaginal cavity. The doctors want to stick a camera where the sun don't shine to check for cancerous polyps. I'm terrified of a tampon getting stuck where the sun don't shine, so I've always used pads instead.
3. vulgar slang Used figuratively by extension when one expresses their abject disdain, contempt, or disregard for something one has or is saying. (Used especially in the phrase "stick/shove (something) where the sun don't shine.) Why don't you stick all that pretentious rubbish where the sun don't shine, eh? A: "How did you end up in jail?" B: "Well, the officer tried to give me a parking ticket, so I told him to shove it where the sun don't shine."
See also: shine, sun

where the sun don't shine

Sl. in a dark place, namely the anus. I don't care what you do with it. Just put it where the sun don't shine. For all I care you can shove it where the sun don't shine.
See also: shine, sun

where the sun don’t shine

in. in a dark place, namely the anus. (Often with put it or shove it. Part of the answer to the question Where shall I put it? Always with don’t; never with doesn’t.) For all I care you can shove it where the sun don’t shine.
See also: shine, sun
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Additionally, Where the Sun Don't Shine can be ordered by retailers or wholesalers for the maximum trade discount price set by the author in quantities of ten or more from the Outskirts Press Direct bookstore at www.outskirtspress.com/bookstore.
Trump wants them on the side facing America, whereas the Mexicans want to stick them where the sun don't shine.
Tesco, told they'd have to pay 10 per cent more (because of the falling pound) had the cahonas to say: "Stick your Marmite and tea bags where the sun don't shine." And guess what?
Marie Carr: "Can't be bothered to work so instead steal money from innocent hard working people, karma will come to them tho and hopefully give them a good kick where the sun don't shine!" Peter Holleran:"You would think with CCTV they'd be able to catch them."
All we need is another significant financial crash, which is not beyond the realms of possibility given the spivs who still run our banks.) Sadly, Dr Gwen Jones-Edwards also loses her credibility when she informs Gareth that he can stuff her once treasured autograph of his where the sun don't shine.
So you can stick your summer where the sun don't shine.
Performances include Stick It Up Where The Sun Don't Shine, a musical performance about the search for a missing lottery ticket.
Perhaps she could also get hold of some of the current EastEnders' scripts and shove them where the sun don't shine?
There, the customer can take his euro and stick 'em where the sun don't shine if they get uppity with their demands.
Cardiff LINDA SAYS: Well then tell him that his arrogance isn't your problem either and that he can stick his gin-soaked dope-gaff where the sun don't shine. Then take yourself off to college and have fun.
And yet the Beeb made the glaringly wrong choice, leaving those without the facility yearning for a red button to stick it where the sun don't shine.
Somehow Schuey would find a way to figuratively show the meddlers how to shove their changes where the sun don't shine.
Well those tired old hacks who filled their pages with this tosh can stick some gel where the sun don't shine. The Chelsea boys are clearly as comfortable together as Canon and Ball.
And when it does, as Jennings puts it, "we can tell FIFA to go and stick their blazers where the sun don't shine".
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