black bamboo
 n.— «The lure of the “black bamboo,” a cheeky phrase which can’t be further explained in a family newspaper, has become a big draw for British women seeking more than just a tan in this popular tourist resort. Bristling with sex day and night, this is no Club 18-30 for drunken teenagers, but a paradise where middle-aged mums, wives and even grans give in to the temptation of muscular young men, many with rasta-style dreadlocks.» —“ Sun, Sea & ‘Black Bamboo’” by Sharon Van Geuns in Negril Beach, Jamaica Sunda Mirror (United Kingdom) Aug. 6, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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  1. Rev Strange says:

    While in Jamaica, I’ve also heard the term “big bamboo” which has the same meaning.

  2. Melody says:

    where do i find sharon van geuns, i was very interested in her story about the jamaican man, i think i am following in her path, and dont want to get hurt, or should i say fooled by the sweet words of a dishonest man. i can be reached thanl you melody

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