Join the British navy in the 1800s


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When asked if he would be ready to discover his point G, i.e. the pleasure he could be getting from his prostate, an American man seems to hesitate:
"I don’t know, I’m not necessarily looking to join the British navy in the 1800s or anything like that."
Of course, I think I understand what he is hinting at, but at the same time, I fear I might be misreading it totally.
Can anyone explain what he means, please? Is the expression "join the British navy in the 1800s" often used?

Thank you a lot in advance and have a great weekend!
  • cropje_jnr

    Senior Member
    English - Australia
    No, I don't think that it's used terribly often - the navy is often humorously associated with homosexuality thanks to several satirical depictions, and it seems likely that the comment refers to this jestful conception.

    Others may be able to be more precise...


    Senior Member
    English - England
    As Churchill (allegedly) said, The real traditions of the British Navy are rum, buggery and the lash. The physical pleasure that a man gets from receptive anal intercourse is said to be caused by massage of the prostate: this is his 'G-spot'.


    Senior Member
    Australia English
    It doesn't seem that whoever promotes this association can be accused
    of a lot of knwledge of male physiology...
    I recommend he get a prostatic massage by his physician.
    May be it depends on what the physician uses for said massage!
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