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Unique Monikers for the Vagina

Updated on September 19, 2011

First off, this article is not meant to be offensive or derogatory. The other day I was watching the movie Vision Quest. They used a certain term to describe the vagina…and, I started thinking about all the unique monikers I’ve heard used for the vagina. This article explains these monikers, in alphabetical order, with example phrases. If I left one out, comment and I’ll add it. Also, I’ve intentionally left out the more derogatory terms used to describe the vagina. I’m sure you’re all familiar with those and they need no explanation.

Beaver

As in, “Look at that Beaver!”

Bun
Bun

Bun

As in, “My hotdog needs a bun.”

Camel Toe

Uh, very tight pants, forcing themselves up in the valley.

Carpet Muncher
Carpet Muncher

Carpet

As in, “Carpet muncher.” This only works if pubic hair exists.

Cooch

This is the term used in the movie Vision Quest. As in, “I’m obsessed with her cooch!”

Garden
Garden

Garden

As in “I want to play in your garden”

Hangar

As in, “After I land on the landing strip, I want to taxi right into the hangar.”

Hen House
Hen House

Hen House

 As in, "The cock is on the way to the hen house."

Lower Lips

I once knew a dude that claimed you could tell the shape of the “lower lips” by the upper lips.

Misty Valley
Misty Valley

Misty Valley

As in, “The moisture in the valley is dense, but I see the opening.”

Muffin
Muffin

Muffin

As I’m sure many or you don’t know…the Aerosmith song “Walk this Way,” made this term famous…

He said "you ain't seen nothin' till you're down on a muffin
Then you're sure to be a-changin' your ways"
I met a cheerleader, was a real young bleeder
Oh, the times I could reminisce
'Cause the best things of lovin' with her sister and her cousin
Only started with a little kiss
Like this!

Puday

Asian for vagina.  Find out more about Puday Cups here:

http://hubpages.com/hub/Puday

Sheath
Sheath

Sheath

As in, “My sword is searching for its sheath.”

Snake Pit

 As in, “I want to put my snake in your pit.”

Taco
Taco

Taco

This may just be used for Spanish girls, but I doubt it. As in, “man, her taco was awesome!”

That

As in, “I want a piece of that!”

Tuna

As in, “Man, her tuna was sweet and tasty.”

Y

Think of the shape of a Y. I heard one of my friends once say, “if I’m working out at the Y, don’t call me, dude!”

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    • kea profile imageAUTHOR

      kea 

      8 years ago

      @Moulik Mistry - thx for the comment and for dropping by!

    • Moulik Mistry profile image

      Moulik Mistry 

      8 years ago from Burdwan, West Bengal, India

      Again interesting monikers for vagina...

    • kea profile imageAUTHOR

      kea 

      8 years ago

      Peter - thanks for dropping by! Glad you learned some new monikers today :)

    • Peter Dickinson profile image

      Peter Dickinson 

      8 years ago from South East Asia

      Amusing choice and an interesting read. I thought I knew them all but there are some here I have never heard about.

    • kea profile imageAUTHOR

      kea 

      8 years ago

      @BkCreative - thanks for the comment and for dropping by.

      @glassvisage - I just came across that Clinton photo while doing some google searches for carpet and munching or eating...I thought it was a good find! Thanks for stopping by.

      @Hello, hello - glad you liked it...thx

    • Hello, hello, profile image

      Hello, hello, 

      8 years ago from London, UK

      What a topic? Thanks for a good read.

    • glassvisage profile image

      glassvisage 

      8 years ago from Northern California

      Where did that photo of Clinton and the carpet come from? lol I love the descriptions of each of these monikers! I think I even learned a few things :)

    • BkCreative profile image

      BkCreative 

      8 years ago from Brooklyn, New York City

      What a great topic for a hub! All nice and clean - which is refreshing (for a change).

      Thanks for the fun this evening!

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