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spork

verb; blending and clipping
1. To lie in the “spooning” position and perhaps do more than just spoon, like kiss or hug or hump My friend invented this term much like the new plastic utensil, the spork, had its name created. She, however, made spork from the spoon and fork that referred to acts between people, not utensils. The combination and the similarity with the way the other spork was coined made this term memorable in our group and refers to “intense cuddling,” if you will.
 
Yeah, we sporked like crazy last night.
Etymology : From English spoon ‘to lie side by side close together in an almost fetal position’ and English (slang) fork ‘to have sex with’
Source : Friend
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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