Citations:poontang

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English citations of poontang

  • "If I'm gonna get my balls blown off for a word, my word is poontang." - Animal Mother (Full Metal Jacket IMDB; writing credit: Gustav Hasford; Stanley Kubrick)
  • 2006 - Ian Grey - The Pelican Fables - Page 71
    "Try pussy or snatch or something else, but not poontang."
  • 2005 - William Kelley - The Sweet Summer - Page 39
    "You see that poontang?" Wash overheard. "Never mind the goddamn poontang, Cooper! You mess with their women, you find your black ass hung!"
  • 1987 - Good Morning Vietnam
    "And a big hello to all the boys out there stationed in Poontang..." - Adrian Cronauer. (Good Morning, Vietnam IMDB Writer: Mitch Markowitz.
  • 1967 - Rod Serling - Eyes - Page 4
    "watered whiskey, pot and diseased poontang"
  • 1943 - Quentin Reynolds Only The Stars Are Neutral page 199
    " 'South Africa is the place for poon,' another said. 'Poon' is a wonderful word. It came from Texas originally, and was brought to Europe many years ago by my red-headed friend, H. R. Knickerbocker. Originally, it was 'poon-taang,' and who first coined the expression I don't know. Knick, Ed Angley of the Herald Tribune and other noted Texans who worked abroad, made it a household word in London. There is nothing derogatory in it. You would be walking down the street and pass a beautiful girl and someone would say, 'What a hunk of poon!' It was merely a tribute to the girl's beauty and even to her virtue. You would never call one of those horrible tarts who still infest London 'a hunk of poon.' A good, serviceable word."