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  • Grolmaran
    Provenance: how's your father? catchphrase associated with the British music-hall comedian Harry Tate (). Apparently, he would exclaim it as a way of changing the subject and in order to get out .
  • Dirisar
    Sep 14,  · How's-your-father definition: sexual intercourse | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  • Danos
    how's-yer-fatherunknown. Northern English. 1) A friendly enquiry about the health of one's paternal relative. 2) A phrase to use when you've temporarily lost the right word. Or want to hide that word in order to shield more delicate ears.
  • Yozshujora
    how's your father casual copulation.: A male expression, perhaps from an opening conversational gambit. Also used of unmarried pregnancy:: The girl was in the club, knocked up, a bun in the oven -- 'ow's yer father. [Gavin Lyall, _The Conduct of Major Maxim_, ]: Frequently as 'a bit of how's your father'.
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  • Doulkis
    In many ways, the phrase “how’s your father” is just a slightly older, slightly more innocent version of modern near-innuendos like “bump uglies,” “if you seek Amy,” “the beast with two backs,” or or even the great “rock ‘n’ roll” itself.
  • Akinoshura
    how's your father? catchphrase associated with the British music-hall comedian Harry Tate (). Apparently, he would exclaim it as a way of changing the subject and in order to get out of a difficult situation. The phrase either sub.

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