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Q: who wants a kitty?

1 year 50 weeks ago in  Lifestyle - Shanghai

 
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I haven't gotten any for a while so, a 'kitty' rubbing on me would be nice.

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The most frequent usage of kitty is that of some fund of money for communal use made up of individual contributions.

 

however it is also used to mean -

 

Going back in time half a century, we know that kitty was a term in various northern English dialects for a prison or house of correction.

 

I'm thinking up in here in the 21st century we should use it to mean an attractive female person.

 

So, yeah, I'll take you up on your offer if it's #1 or 3.

 

 

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I haven't gotten any for a while so, a 'kitty' rubbing on me would be nice.

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I would love to have it but I am not in China at the moment :(

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