Shagaluf

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Blend of shag +‎ Magaluf. So called because it is a popular holiday destination for British tourists looking for casual sex.

Proper noun[edit]

Shagaluf

  1. (Britain, vulgar slang) The Majorcan resort town of Magaluf. [from 1990s]
    • 1995 August 20, Anna Blundy, “Lust and vomit”, Scotland on Sunday, page 16:
      "When you go into Shagaluf on Wednesday," explain the jolly 18-30 reps, "you'll see a big red erection. No, it's not Steve with his trousers down. It's BCM's."
    • 1997 August 27, Garry Bushell, “Bushell on the Box: Why does big big talent get very little chance?”, The Sun, page 11:
      Perhaps Sky will bring slappers Sarah and Louise back for a Spanish tour series, called Are You Being Serviced? They could be man-on in Mahon, shameless in Shagaluf – sorry Magaluf.