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    never heard this phrase before

    Yesterday I heard a lady say, "He didn't know the difference between cum and secum (sp)." I get that he's stupid, but what does it mean litterally?

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    Re: never heard this phrase before

    Quote Originally Posted by jft
    Yesterday I heard a lady say, "He didn't know the difference between cum and secum (sp)." I get that he's stupid, but what does it mean literally?
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    succumb (verb) to surrender
    come (verb) to ejaculate semen


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    "cum" (noun) also refers to sperm.
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