double entendres (was@: [uf-discuss] Regarding Profile URIs and
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Thu Dec 14 11:33:31 PST 2006
In message <87irgezm16.fsf at tapsellferrier.co.uk>, Nic James Ferrier
<nferrier at tapsellferrier.co.uk> writes
>> <Sigh> A "double entendre" often refers to something with a negative
>> meaning. I was basically asking if that's what he was implying without being
>In English a dounle entendre is not negative. It's rude.
noting that the efforts to explain the "barman" joke are misplaced, as
there is a cocktail (drink) called the "double entendre".
>It's not normally considered negative. Just silly.
I dispute that!
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