Green’s Dictionary of Slang

doodle n.2

[20C+ use of all senses is mainly US]

1. the penis, esp. a child’s penis [Caulfield Blackguardiana (1793) suggests ‘childish appellation for a cock’ thus a pun; ? shape of penis + testes offers link to Ger. dudelsack, a bagpipe].

[UK]Grose Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.
[UK]Lex. Balatronicum.
[UK]Egan Grose’s Classical Dict. of the Vulgar Tongue.
[UK]Crim.-Con. Gaz. 5 Jan. 1/1: thinks i to myself thinks i She did not like Yankee Doodles!
[UK]Fast Man 11:1 n.p.: Suppose the lady of colour who nocturnally does the peripatetic on the tesselated pavement of the Haymarket, were to take a cabman into the Country Court for calling her a sable-doodle-dealing-smutty-faced shivering old shickster, would it be libellous.
[UK] ‘Yarhoo Doodle’ in Rakish Rhymer (1917) 61: A snake took it into his head / To bite off his skinny doodle.
[UK]‘Walter’ My Secret Life (1966) I 49: She put her hand outside my trowsers, gave my doodle a gentle pinch, and kissed me.
[UK]A. Crowley Snowdrops from a Curate’s Garden 21: I was hardly laid in my father’s arms before his doodle was between my baby legs and jerking its creamy essence into the sunny air of Rome.
‘Peachtree’ Payne ‘Peach Tree Blues’ [lyrics] You oughta steal my peaches slip in my doodla at night.
[US](con. 1890s) in Randolph & Legman Ozark Folksongs and Folklore (1992) II 675: You skin your doodle / And I’ll skin mine.
‘Cats on the Rooftops’ in Mess Songs & Rhymes of RAAF 1939-45 1: He walks around St Kilda with his doodle hanging out.
[US]Randolph & Wilson Down in the Holler 101: In Barry County, Missouri, one often hears doodle.
[Aus](con. 1940s–60s) Hogbotel & ffuckes ‘Cats on the Rooftops’ in Snatches and Lays 25: The poor old Creeping Jesus, of his morals there’s no doubt, / He walks around St Kilda with his doodle hanging out.
[Aus]N. Keesing Lily on the Dustbin 47: Those of the Dr Spock generation consciously scorned old-fashioned usages [...] A penis was called a penis and not a ‘tossle’ or a ‘doodle’.
[US]H. Rawson Dict. of Invective (1991) 117: A bumbler or silly person; also the penis. Ding-dong is one of several d words—including ding-a-ling, doodle, dingbat and dork—that combine these two meanings.
[Aus]T. Spicer Good Girl Stripped Bare 50: A Chiko Roll, a combination of cabbage and barley that looks like a deep-friend doodle. Something blokes can grab when they need satisfying.

2. (also doodle hole) the vagina.

[UK] ‘The Queen and Louise’ in Bold (1979) 190: At the sight of his prick, don’t pretend to be sick / But just give him plenty of doodle.
C. Lincoln [song title] Doodle Hole Blues.
[US]C. Shafer ‘Catheads [...] and Cho-Cho Sticks’ in Abernethy Bounty of Texas (1990) 202: doodle-gaze, v. – to look at a female, illegal in prison.
[Aus]M.B. ‘Chopper’ Read Chopper 4 205: Your so-called ‘doodle-shaking dumb bimbo.’ [...] Every crim in the jail is getting his heart broken by every little doodle shaker in town.

3. any nameless small object, typically some form of gadget.

[US]L. Pound ‘American Indefinite Names’ in AS VI:3 258: Indefinite names [...] doodle.

Pertaining to the penis

In compounds

doodle-dandler (n.)

a masturbator.

[US]Maledicta IV:2 (Winter) 190: A doodle-dandler is one who flogs the bishop, i.e. wanks off.
doodleflap (n.)

the flaccid penis.

[US]Maledicta IV:2 (Winter) 190: Flap-doodle, doodle-flap, flapper and floater may refer to a young boy or to an old man, the one never having exprienced a cock-stand and the other a matter of memory.
doodle-head (n.) (also doodlebrain) [-head sfx (1)]

(Aus. teen) a general insult.

[Aus]G. Seal Lingo 104: Generalised insults included dick-wipe/knob/head/wit, doodle-head/brain.
doodle-hole (n.)

(US black) the vagina.

Charley Lincoln ‘Doodle Hole Blues’ [lyrics] Oh doing the doodle do, / I like to take my straw, go play in that doodle hole.
doodle-sack (n.)

see separate entry.

In phrases

do a doodle-dandler (v.) [SE dandle, to fondle, to stroke]

to masturbate.

[US]Maledicta IV:2 (Winter) 192: We also come across specialized terms in the male masturbation phrases such as […] do a doodle-dandler.
whack one’s doodle (v.)

of a man, to masturbate.

[US]L. Bangs in Psychotic Reactions (1988) 33: Swagger with your buddies, brag, leer at passing legs, whack your doodle at home at night.

Pertaining to nameless objects

In compounds

doodlebug (n.) [? southeastern dial. doodle-bug, a booming cockchafer]

1. a small cheap car, any small vehicle or a machine or gadget.

[US]A.J. Pollock Und. Speaks 34/2: Dudle bug, a small aeroplane.
[US]J. Ciardi A Second Browser’s Dict. 76: Doodlebug. A whimsical nonesuch.
[US]T. Jones Pugilist at Rest 164: One laid down the stripper solution. Another took the doodle bug and began edging the sides of the hall.

2. a German V-1 flying bomb [post-WWII use is historical].

[UK]F. Norman in Education 22 Jan. in Norman’s London (1969) 91: Listening to the deafening explosions of bombs, rockets and doodle-bugs as the war progressed outside.
[UK] in G. Tremlett Little Legs 23: By then the doodle bugs were flying over the East End.
doodlebum (n.)

any nameless small object, typically some form of gadget.

[US]L. Pound ‘American Indefinite Names’ in AS VI:3 258: Indefinite names [...] doodlebum.
doodlefagit (n.)

any nameless small object, typically some form of gadget.

[US]L. Pound ‘American Indefinite Names’ in AS VI:3 258: Indefinite names [...] doodlefagit.
doodleflicker (n.)

any nameless small object, typically some form of gadget.

A.L. Crabb Lodging at the Saint Cloud 239: Well, I’ll be stomped on by a doodleflicker and et by a catawampus.