From Shakespeare's Hamlet, a scandalous way to imply sex. See also Sex.
Also known as a "Victorian Crisis", this is an euphemism most famously used in the works of D.H. Lawrence and meaning an orgasm, e.g. "Miss Mercy Plimpington! Where are you, young harlot?" "She can't talk now, love. She's having a crisis." "Oh I say!" See also Old-Timey, Romance.
Term for accidentally eliminating in one's pants. E.g. "If you don't stop laughing so hard after drinking all that Coke, you're going to do yourself a disservice!" See also Scatological.
Euphemism for vomiting, e.g. "Oh no, Jake is having a reversal of fortune after that great shrimp dinner!" See also Body.
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Commonly heard, G-rated phrase from young kids in lieu of "Shut the F*** Up". See also Profanity.
Very common and even more awkward euphemism used when movies are edited for television. See also Profanity.