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Many women (maybe the ones who are ready to attack) wear too tight and short clothes, or bikinis or shorts, and (intentionally or not) "part of the cloth seems to get inside their butts" (Forgive me for the rude vocabulary). How do you day that in English?

It happens in Brazil, the kind of bikini girls wear on the beaches in Rio de Janeiro, gets stuck in their...

I hope I´ve made myself clear.

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Crack is sometimes used. We also have a slightly rude slang expression- a girl can be said to have 'hungry arse'. ;-)
 

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We use crack in AE too. (I never thought of a girl in a bikini as being ready to attack.)

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Thanks, but I still have a question.

- What verb to use to mean that. For example,

- Liza wants to show off her buts. Her bikini is.... (stuck in her...) : )
 

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Say:

  • Liz likes to show off her butt. She walks around with her bikini stuck in her crack.

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You could also say 'up her crack' with no additional verb. ;-)
 
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As I am not a native and I don´t intend to sound rude or vulgar, I would like to know if

"stuck in her crack" is too rude, or offensive or kind of taboo. Is it OK to say that?
Is there a better way to mean this?

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apparrode said:
As I am not a native and I don´t intend to sound rude or vulgar, I would like to know if

"stuck in her crack" is too rude, or offensive or kind of taboo. Is it OK to say that?
Is there a better way to mean this?

You could also say stuck up her butt, but either one of them would be offensive to some people. I don't think either expression is terribly offensive, but it depends on how you say it in what situation and to whom. If you are talking about young men then my guess is that most of them would not be offended at all. Most young women probably wouldn't be either. Of course, like I said, it depends.

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