Please do not double post. It is against the guidelines. In the future, remember to limit it to one post per topic. Thank you and welcome to the boards.
As to your question, I have no idea what a "diddy ride" is. I'm surely not the hippest when it comes to slang terms. Why don't you ask your boyfriend what it is? Since he suggested it, I think he would know. If you're too embarrassed to ask him what a "diddy ride" is then maybe you two shouldn't participate in one.
Communicate with your boyfriend, ask him.
*Thanks Dz, I fixed it.
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Uhh...SlowCookie, is that a typo, there? Maybe I'm misunderstanding her, but if you don't know what a 'diddy ride' is Krysta, I'd advise you to not participate in one until you find out...
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It's another reason why we at Scarleteen campaign *against* using slang terms.
Using proper terms enables EVERYONE to know what's going on. I'd advise you to talk to your boyfriend, find out *exactly* what this is he's proposing...and if you wouldn't mind too much, let us in on this one, please. ;]
I have no idea, but you can certainly use this as an in to talk to your boyfriend in a straightforward manner and figure out what both of you are talking about.
And the definition, as provided by some sites Google found which I'd better not name here is . . . 't** wank'. And if that doesn't make any sense to you you'd better brush up on your British slang.
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Oy, I know what a tit wank is and I'm not even British. ::looks around slyly:: It only works if you're, *ahem* well endowed, and as far as I know involves the penis being thrusted between one's breasts (come on I'm trying to make this un-erotic and medical sounding, give me a break). So there you go. If that's what he means.
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