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Noun: "(vulgar, slang) a very large penis"[edit]

1971 1997 1998
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  • 1971 — Iceberg Slim, Naked Soul of Iceberg Slim, Holloway House (2004), ISBN 0870679368, pages 171-172:
    The pedestal reverence of white men (particularly in the deep South) for their women and their insane ritual of making the black man a disemboweled corpse are like hideous mirrors reflecting the white man's sexual agony and his paranoic terror of the mythic big black superdick having universal congress with the mythic white supercunt.
  • 1997 — 11 May, Stefan Lawrence, “My Office Slut Adventure -- hoo boy!”, alt.sex.stories, Usenet:
    I watched in amazement as she swallowed all 52 inches of my superdick, []
  • 1997 — 23 June, Taria29b [username], “Art Appreciation Part 1/3”, rec.arts.erotica, Usenet:
    It was a comfortable size, not some massive Superdick twelve-inch monstrosity, but instead about the same size and thickness as my husband's, some six inches, according to The Garden's clerk.
  • 1997 — 29 July, LuvinCrue [username], “Re: I heard ya missed me, I'm BAAACKKK!!!!!”, alt.rock-n-roll.metal.motley-crue, Usenet:
    Never heard of a black superman, son...sorry! But I have heard they have superdicks
  • 1998 — 24 November, kellis, “{Kellis} "Hidden Journal: Luncheon Fist" ( MF)”, alt.sex.stories.moderated, Usenet:
    "Just how long was that superdick?"

Noun: "(informal) a talented or famous detective"[edit]

1935 1942 1995 1996 2000
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  • 1935Business Week, Issues 305-330, page 35:
    Secretary Ickes reports that his Division of Investigation, headed by Louis R. Glavis, has saved PWA $64,500,000. We make a present of Mr. Glavis to E. Phillips Oppenheim for his next book about billionaires and superdicks.
  • 1942 — Drew Pearson, "'Junior Gestapo' Listens in On Army and Navy Telephone Calls", St. Petersburg Times, 30 November 1942:
    The amateur sleuths of the Donovan committee, many of them former socialite appeasers from the state department, follow the same practices as the superdicks in the Army and Navy.
  • 1995Out, Volume 4, Issues 1-5, page 151:
    This is the time of year you superdicks (as in detectives, OK?) get to take a break from your relentless sleuthing.
  • 1996 — Derrick Mathis, "Film Notes: remembering the real movie queens", Chicago Reader, 11 April 1996:
    But unlike his peers who readily identified with the hard-boiled superdicks played by Humphrey Bogart and William Powell, Dyer found it easier to relate to the villains and supporting characters like Clifton Webb's prissy Waldo in Laura and Peter Lorre's scented sissy in The Maltese Falcon.
  • 2000 — Bill Pronzini, Crazybone, Thorndike Press (2000), ISBN 9780786226948, page 132:
    Me, defensively: "Nobody's perfect. Not even that fictional superdick of yours."