He knew when to get slightly bawdy, and was smart enough not to go over the line.
Elizabethan plays were often bawdy and the audiences were rowdy!
In America, however, the term was used for a variety show involving broad comedy and sometimes bawdy content, such as striptease.
A cd full of soul and guts and bawdy wonderment and rhythm.
There are many levels of humorous cards you can send, from light wit to bawdy jokes.
On the other hand, if cheeky style and bawdy humor is your cup of tea, this site is definitely worth finding out more about.
If you send an electronic card that is loud or bawdy, it is best not to send it to someone's office.
bawdy humor, the film follows the amorous adventures of Tom Jones on his travels through 18th Century E. .
bawdy Jamaican comedies first, says Kwame Kwei-Armah.
bawdy tale, telling a rather different story of love, which will leave everyone laughing.
bawdy songs of Scotland's National Poet, Robert Burns.
Collection of bawdy epigrams to the Roman god Priapus; the illustration of the first page may not be suitable for work.
The Uninvited Guest pieces together the odd lacunae and annotations in a manuscript collection of profound and bawdy classical epigrams.
Fabliau (plural fabliau (plural fabliaux ): A short, pithy story, usually of a bawdy kind.
humour of bawdy humor, the film follows the amorous adventures of Tom Jones on his travels through 18th Century E. .
He turned down an opportunity to play the lead in Lawrence of Arabia, and chose instead the bawdy romp Tom Jones.
bawdy romp Tom Jones.
bawdy jokes at each other's expense.
He was a superb raconteur, and a fund of bawdy stories.
The acceptance of nudity necessitated bawdy entertainment to up the ante further in order to secure their lucratively raunchy reputations.
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