Citations:piece of pork
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Noun: "(slang) the penis"
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- 1983, Graham Chapman, John Cleese, Terry Gilliam, et al., Monty Python's The Meaning of Life, 01:01:39-01:01:43:
- Your piece of pork, your wife's best friend, your percy, or your cock.
1993 23 January, Phill Hallam-Baker, “Re: The Ultimate Circumcision”, alt.folklore.urban, Usenet:
- Not that unusual, there was a documentary on the BBC a few years back about Eunuchs which had a similar case, some poor kid getting his piece of pork burn[sic] off with an incense burner that got dropped...
1999 8 March, skepticl, “Camp Strawberries - PRED/WhitmanSampler does some underage black girls”, alt.sex.stories, Usenet:
- I told her I thought my piece of pork was too big for her, and maybe she should wait a few years until she could handle it.