Idiom: 'A slice off a cut loaf is never missed'

What does 'A slice off a cut loaf is never missed' mean?

Meaning:

Used colloquially to describe having sexual intercourse with someone who is not a virgin, especially when they are in a relationship. The analogy refers to a loaf of bread; it is not readily apparent, once the end has been removed, exactly how many slices have been taken.
('You never miss a slice from a cut loaf' is also used.)

 

  • Category: Food
  • Contributed By: Ajmikula

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