Gut Rumbles
 

May 06, 2005

TMI

I've been having a debate with my friend catfish on how to perform wonderful oral sex on a woman. We disagree on certain techniques, but we're both in the same... well... BOAT in our general philosophy.

But what happens next? this guy intrudes into the intellectual discussion and mentions the "t'aint."

As a Southerner, I know good and well what the "t'aint" is. Every woman has one and all guys should appreciate it. I've learned that it is a seldom explored erogenous zone.

Do YOU know what a "t'aint" is?

Comments

taint pussy and taint ass so it must be in between

Posted by: assrot on May 6, 2005 10:58 AM

Does it stand for "t'aint no one getting near it?"

Posted by: Renee on May 6, 2005 11:05 AM

men also have it ya know. And it is very sensitive for them also.

Posted by: livey on May 6, 2005 11:14 AM

You know that I know what it is, Cat

Posted by: catfish on May 6, 2005 11:16 AM

The area between the nutsack and asshole that prevent a man from shitting on his nuts. See durf.

I live in NYC and if you refer to taint, it's understood that you're talking about the male version. Talk about the female version and you get slapped with eighty sexual harrassment suits and spend the rest of your days in sensitivity training...

Posted by: eli on May 6, 2005 11:20 AM

For men at least, I've also heard it refered to as the gooch.

Posted by: Michael on May 6, 2005 06:15 PM

I'm with Eli. the only taint I've ever referred to is the male version.

Posted by: girl on May 7, 2005 09:52 PM

In the UK, rural folk use the word twernt. (Because if 'twernt there, your guts would fall out). But I think we're talking about the same thing...

Posted by: danf on May 9, 2005 09:38 AM

Don't know if you watched American Dad on Fox last night, but it got a mention.

"She got second degree burns over 98% of her body. Her t'aint was the only thing that survived."

I think I was the only one in the room that got it.

Posted by: Evilwhiteguy on May 9, 2005 11:16 PM
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