|Apollo’s feast: or, Wits entertainment 9: Presently after the English man’s snake grew warm, and crawl’d up the Woman’s Belly, the moving of the bed awakened the Husband.|
|‘Mae West in “The Hip Flipper”’ [comic strip] in Tijuana Bibles (1997) 90: The taller the bottle the longer the snake / The taller the bimbo / The more she can take.|
|Dimboola (2000) 87: astrid: He’s nice. Always showing me his pet lizard. mutton: Not to mention his carpet snake.|
|Picture Palace 93: She kissed my snake, and I [...] pushed her nice little thighs against my ears like I wanted to drown.|
|Dict. of Invective (1991) 362: Snake is low slang for the penis, sometimes also referred to as a one-eyed snake.|
|Strip Tease 66: ‘With or without the snake?’ ‘Without [...] Tell her I’ve got one of my own.’.|
|(con. 1986) Sweet Forever 252: Had the pistol tucked in his drawers, right up alongside his snake.|
(US gay) a fellator.
|Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 48: I’d have to be pretty shicker to negotiate a coo-ee up the old snake gully.|
1. (US gay) a bar frequented by homosexuals.
|Homosexual in America 112: I had been invited to a gay bar that had been nicknamed the snake pit.|
|Queens’ Vernacular 186: snake pit 1. den of iniquity 2. dingy, dim-lit gay bar where the brazen clientele frighten straight gawkers.|
2. (US) the vagina.
|5000 Adult Sex Words and Phrases 193: snake-pit (Vulg.) 1. The Vagina.|
|Cunning Linguist (1973) 98: [T]he Russian firewater inundated the very inner recesses of her angelic and heavenly snake pit.|
3. (US) a prison.
|Riot (1967) 150: Been in and out of this snakepit for twenty-two years.|
|(con. 1949) Boomers 179: Maggie talked [...] about the awful treatment of mental patients in ‘Snake Pit’.|
4. a ‘red–light’ area.
|5000 Adult Sex Words and Phrases 193: snake-pit (Vulg.) [...] A red-Light District.|
5. (also snake ranch) a brothel.
|5000 Adult Sex Words and Phrases 193: snake-pit (Vulg.) [...] 2. A House of Prostitution.|
|Maledicta IX 148: The compilers ought to have looked farther afield and found: […] snake pit, snake ranch.|
see burp one’s/the worm under worm n.
see drain the dragon under drain v.
1. to masturbate.
2. to urinate.
|DSUE (8th edn) 98/2: since ca. 1925–45.|