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sweet in the pants

sweet in the pants
 adj.— «“Why would that matter if Elder was “sweet in the pants’?” “Well it wouldn’t actually matter. I was just curious if his hostility toward Doc’s congregation was motivated by the sometimes-true sometimes-false belief among homosexuals that Christians hate gays.”» —“Re: Nominations for Additions to Pastoral Staff” by Papillon Usenet: alt.fan.gene-scott Mar. 11, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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