other, the n.
sexual intercourse; esp. in the phr. a bit of the other; usu. hetero- but sometimes homosexual.
|Gilt Kid 135: ‘Doing half I was.’ ‘What for? The other?’ ‘Yes.’ The pansy simpered.|
|Long and the Short and the Tall Act I: With three or four nippers howling out for grub they don’t have time to think about the other.|
|Diaries June (1986) 273: The people here leave a lot to be desired and flaunt their preferences for what they cryptically call ‘bits of the other’ at every cafe .|
|Family Arsenal 71: ‘I’ve tried sleeping pills. They don’t work.’ [...] ‘Bit of the other, eh?’.|
|Eng. Madam 95: They’d be around for a bit of the other even if it meant struggling through a bloody snowstorm.|
|London Fields 112: Some women didn’t like otherness; they didn’t like the other, when it came to the other.|
|It Was An Accident 29: Be a bit better for a bit of nookie though, touch of the other.|
|PS, I Scored the Bridesmaids 123: We haven’t had a bit of the other [...] since we got engaged.|
|Killing Time in Las Vegas [ebook] I liked two things, playing the ponies and the other.‘Daddy’s Girl’ in|
|Guardian 13 Aug. [Internet] I was intrigued to hear that, for a while, Trotsky had made a habit of nipping to the nearby home of the artist Frida Kahlo for what unreconstructed people would call a Bit of the Other.|