Q: Pupil of the eye as the most expansive male organ
Mullins, Bill AMRDEC
Bill.Mullins at US.ARMY.MIL
Fri Jun 23 17:37:55 UTC 2006
> Indeed, the four-letter word ending in "k" that means
> "intercourse" was "talk" and the action described was shaking hands.
> If rekindled memory serves - ha ! - these particular
> questions were associated with "membership" in a mythical
> organization called "The Turtle Club." If you could answer
> all of them correctly, you were a member of the club and
> somebody had to buy somebody a drink.
> I believe further that the kid with the questions even had
> a pink novelty "business card" with the "Turtle Club" info on it.
Are You a Turtle?
You Bet Your Sweet Ass I Am.
Google "Wally Schirra" and "Turtle Club" for background.
1. What does a woman do sitting down that a man does standing up and a
dog does on three legs?
2. What word begins with the letter F and ends with CK?
3. What's hairy, hard and sticks out of a mans pajamas at night?
4. What four letter word ends in K and means intercourse?
5. What is it that a cow has four of and a woman has only two?
6. What goes in hard but comes out soft and wet?
7. What does a dog do that a man steps in?
8. What can you find in a man's pants that is about six inches long, has
a head on it, and that women love so much they often blow?
9. What is the word that is four letters long, ends in u-n-t that is
used to discribe a woman?
10. What four letter word begins with F and ends with K, and if you
can't get one you can use your hands?
11. What is hard, about six inches long, has two nuts, and can make a
12. What four letter word ends in i-t and is found on the bottom of bird
13. What is it that all men have one of, that is longer on some men than
others, that the Pope doesn't use, and that a man gives his wife after
14. What is it on a man that gets very large when he gets excited?
15. What is long , round, wet and full of seamen?
1. Shake hands
3. His head
8. Twenty Dollar Bill
11. Almond Joy
13. Last Name
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