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Definition of beforeplay

beforeplay

  • n. The playful, sappy exchange between Baby Boomer couples in erectile dysfunction ads that so artfully suggests a game of backgammon - when supplemented by a magic pill - can lead to much, much more.

    Last edited on Sep 29 2009. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 29 2009.

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