1943 Army Slang Dictionary (Part 1)

Ron Butters RonButters at AOL.COM
Tue May 11 14:50:42 UTC 1999

In a message dated 5/10/99 9:11:35 PM, Bapopik at AOL.COM writes:

<< B.J.--Before June; applied to "plebes" lacking in respect for upperclassmen
(West Point). >>

Since "BJ" has long been a euphemistic acronym for 'blowjob', I wonder if
this wasn't a double entendre. RHDAS dates BLOWJOB from 1942, quoting Legman.

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