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- A double entendre (/ˌdʌbəl ɒnˈtɒndrə/; French pronunciation: ​[dubl ɑ̃.tɑ̃dʁ(ə)]) is a figure of speech or a particular way of wording that is devised...
- offering humour by serving as a punch line that exposes an unintended double entendre. An equivalent phrase in North America is "that's what she said". Each...
- According to Adam Jones, it is confirmed to be about hypocrisy and is a double entendre that refers to both drug intoxication and believing oneself to be above...
- series presented by ski jumping legend Matti Nykänen. The name is a double entendre: while the literal meaning is "Matti cooked the soup", it can also...
- humorous exclamation in the form of a punch line after an inadvertent double entendre. That's What She Said may also refer to: That's What She Said (film)...
- by Pillsbury in its "Grands! biscuits" television commercials; its double entendre lyrics served to describe the atypically large size of the product...
- compilation album released by the Bloodhound Gang on December 21, 2010. The double entendre in the title is typical of the band's style. In addition to album...
- In Mexico, an albur is a pun or a double entendre in which one of the possible meanings usually carries ****ual undertones. It is very common among groups...
- Switzerland on their tour for the album Subsurface. The album's title is a double entendre making reference to the song "Surface to Air" from the 1993 Wounded...
- home to a concentration of "nerdy" companies and spaces; "N3RD" is a double entendre as both leet for "nerd" and reflecting the "N. 3rd St." of postal addresses...