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Definition of Dragon's Tail

Dragon's Tail

noun

  • The strip of pubic hair, whether natural or groomed, that starts at or just below the belly button, and runs down to the genitals, predominantly in males.

    Also referred to as a happy trail, treasure trail, or victory trail.
    The man lifted his shirt, exposing his navel, and a thick and beautiful dragon's tail.

    Last edited on Jun 01 2021. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 01 2021.

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