dip one's pen in someone's inkwell
dip one's pen in someone's inkwell (third-person singular simple present dips one's pen in someone's inkwell, present participle dipping one's pen in someone's inkwell, simple past and past participle dipped one's pen in someone's inkwell)
- (euphemistic, of a man) To have sex with (someone).
- 2002, Dana Stabenow, A Fine and Bitter Snow, →ISBN, page 190:
- Pretty much everyone who dropped by Alaska dipped their pen in my ancestors' inkwell, from the Russians on down.
- 2014, George M. Goritz, Shakespeare, Wall Street and My Arabian Nights Adventures, →ISBN, page 101-102:
- Watching me ogling the lovely waitresses' movements, this Greek philosopher -- who happened to be my mother's brother—-advised me, “Never dip your pen in the local inkwell while at work.”
- 2014, Oliver North & Bob Hamer, Counterfeit Lies, →ISBN, page 46:
- “Does this business associate know you've been dipping your pen in the company inkwell?”