Well, there's the tried and true 'Do me, Baby!'. Conjures up images of passionate love making AND bad early-nineties music. But I really can't think of any special secret codes, and even if I could, I'd not post them here. Some relationships are just reasonably plain-spoken.
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well, "snuggle-time" isn't always as innocent as it sounds with my boy and me.
a common term we have is "pumpkin seed," meaning birth control pills. it came from a conversation with my boy's roomie's girl. She had to leave abruptly, saying that if she's not home by midnight, she'll turn into a pumpkin. So of course, I say, "Oh, you need to go home to take your birth control pill!" She turned red, but the term stuck.
My boyfriend and I use the term "talking politics." A mutual friend arranged for us to meet in another friends' basement. We were really beginning to get into a conversation when the lights were turned off and the three other couples in the basement began doing things we'd just as soon not listen to, especially as I'd met most of them less than an hour beforehand. After ten awkward minutes of sitting in the darkness making small talk, we went into the utility room and began to (literally) talk about politics and economics. Everybody else joked that the we, the "nerds," were doing something else entirely. A week later we were going out, and about a month later we made the phrase our euphemism for making out (and now, anything beyond.) Actually, it wasn't until about a week ago that some of friends realized that "a really intense political discussion" is NOT a debate.
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My boyfriend and I refer to our intimate moments as "alone time" or "bing-bong time." I think the "alone time" is self-explainatory, however, "bing-bong time" comes from the fact that just about every time we try to fool around or something, one of his friend or his mom rings his doorbell or calls, interrupting us.
Another code phrase we have is that he'll ask "Dear, are you getting sleepy?", which is his code for that he's ready to leave the place that we're at (i.e. we're at a friend's house, but are too polite to say we're bored with conversation, etc.). Of course, he neglected to tell me this was his code word with his previous girlfriends, so the first few times he used this on me, when he was ready to leave, I'd answer "No, not at all. You know I'm a night owl," which led to him having to explain to me that he meant that he was ready to leave, rather than being concerned about whether I was about to fall asleep on his friend's couch.
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