Short shag and curtain bang: hair styles or sex positions?
ARE you confused by people talking about things that could either be a haircut that would never suit you or a sex position you would never be able to make work? Here is a guide.
Although this sounds like the easiest of all sexual encounters, and something many blokes could achieve with a 100 per cent success rate, sadly the ‘short shag’ is simply a haircut beloved of people who never moved on from the 90s.
Hipsters and footballers have been hoodwinked by hairdressers into thinking this is a trendy hairstyle that gets their mane out of their eyes, but it is in fact the term for the male buttocks during coitus.
Originally coined by the orgy community as a term for floor-based group sex, ‘layered shag’ has now been appropriated by hairdressers to describe a haircut with multiple layers and texture. We’d always suspected hairdressers were perverts.
Conjuring up images of Parisian paramours and mild bondage, the French crop is actually a haircut that makes people look like they have tried far too hard.
There is nothing sexier than high quality upholstery, and a well-chosen pelmet and tieback only adds to the allure of having sex next to some plush curtains. Unfortunately this term refers to a type of fringe that is, if anything, likely to put off any potential sexual partners.
Associated in mainstream culture with crusty Maths teachers, the comb over is in fact an ancient sex position from the Kama Sutra involving two lovers pleasuring one another at a 90-degree angle, with foreplay involving combs. It is possible the crusty Maths teachers know this.