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Boink clarification from SS

Posted by WordCrafter on April 18, 2004

In Reply to: "Pork" as a verb posted by Smokey Stover on April 18, 2004

: : Does anyone know the origins of using the work "pork" as a verb. For example asking the question:

: : Did you pork her?

: I've more often heard "He borked her" than "He porked her." In an interesting episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer," Buffy was accused of having let a vampire boink her. But, no, I can't answer the question. SS

:::Not being up to speed on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", it would be interesting to know exactly what part of the anatomy one is boinked in. (or on) (or around)