village bike

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From the joke that "everyone gets a ride" (i.e. sexual intercourse).


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village bike (plural village bikes)

  1. (UK, slang, derogatory) A local woman who is sexually promiscuous.
    • 1983, Philip Howard, A word in your ear:
      He said of the girl complainant: 'She was the village bike.' 'What do you mean by that?' asked the Chairman. 'Everybody rode her,' was the reply. The idiom is evidently widely diffused, and there is little profit in trying to establish who invented it []
    • 1988, David Cook, Crying out loud:
      The local people privately called Jean's mother 'The Village Bike', on which everyone got to ride. Jean had no way of knowing whether the man who lived with them was her father; the man himself may not have known.
    • 2003, Effervescing Elephant, “Re: Stealth aircraft over Lincs”, in uk.local.lincolnshire (Usenet):
      Dexter wrote: > [] My charity is always extended to the local drunks of the village where I was brought up.
      You were the village bike then?
    • 2009, Annette J. Dunlea, Always and Forever:
      The boys nicknamed her the “village bike” and any lad who wanted affection or experience picked her up for the night.
    • 2009, Brent Crawford, Carter Finally Gets It[1]:
      She has a bit of a Village Bike reputation, and she usually wears her hair in two pigtails.
    • 2012 May 15, Bob Milutinovic, “Re: Attn : TPG Techs”, in aus.computers[2] (Usenet), retrieved 2014-09-23:
      My ex wife's a bit of a village bike, does that count? :-P



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