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or what I do between bouts of Real Life
My S.O. says he's never heard the phrase "pulling a train". Which I found hard to believe. But it's true. So I thought I'd see if it's as widespread as I thought.

(no pun intended - LOL!)

So... have you heard of it?

Poll #515321 Have you heard...

... the phrase "pulling a train"?


What does it mean?

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jenepherre From: jenepherre Date: June 18th, 2005 05:12 am (UTC) (Link)
Did some searching and finally found this:

Robert L. Chapman, New Dictionary of American Slang 340, 445 (1986):

"pull a train (or the train or the choo-choo) ... to do the sex act with several men serially: 'taking some dame in the woods and making her pull a train' --Rockford Files (TV program) . . . ."
"train ... to do the sex act on a woman serially, man after man, in a gang."
Eugene E. Landy, The Underground Dictionary 155 (1971):

"pull a train ... Engage in sexual intercourse (a female) with male members of a gang one after another."

(from: http://www.law.sc.edu/opinions/24559.htm )

I don't think the term is very well known. I did think it had something to do with group sex... but not specifically a gang bang involving 1 woman and any number of men. ::shrug::

What does the phrase mean to you??
qafhappy From: qafhappy Date: June 18th, 2005 07:30 am (UTC) (Link)
I remember it from when I was younger. A friend of mine (14 years old) had run away from home, and spent the summer travelling with a biker gang. The phrase came up.

And my first serious boyfriend (I was 16) was 18, and his older brother was a biker. I read several biker mags (Easy Rider?), and am sure I found this phrase there.

Plus, I loved the Rockford Files!
From: theiax Date: June 18th, 2005 06:55 am (UTC) (Link)
Sorry, I'm going to be no help because I've never heard the phrase either, but that could simply be the language barrier.

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