Richters and Rissel conversely state that "third base" is now sometimes considered to comprise oral sex as part of the accepted pattern of activities, as a precursor to "full" (i.e. The four bases in a relationship, like in baseball, where the partners try to get home. Person A: I didn't know you knew what the bases of dating were.
Essentially, between second and third…we’ve reached the genitals. Actually, shit, amendment to First Base as well…look for cold sores. So, before you go doing, whatever it is you think you’re going to do down there…have a look around.Just like you did when you were a little kid, and you’d bust out a flashlight under the covers and open a book.Just for the record, I don’t know if I’ve ever been completely taught what the “bases” are, but let’s give it a shot. So you know how in baseball, before you steal a base, you take a good solid lead-off?Figure if anything, we can sort it out together as we move along. Now depending on how far into this we get, I think this is like kissing. Not that I’m saying you’re going to rape the girl at 3rd base, but, this is just more like an intermediary bridge between second and third. If one person puts their hands or mouth on the other person’s genitals, they’re on third base.
Zach totally went to second base with Kaitlin, Brittany and David scored on first and Jordan totally hit a home run!! Third Base Traditionally, at third base sexual play below the waist enters the picture.
And just in case you don’t have one, here, here’s a link to a free flashlight app for your i Phone. Now, I know you’re asking, “Jo E, if a home run is sex, is there no such thing as a grand slam in Denny’s AND in baseball? I’m uhh…I’m not really sure how this one measures up or fits into everything. If a home run is you scoring, and a grand slam is other people scoring…hmmm. In today’s society, thanks to things like Viagra, there really is no “end of the game” anymore.
Get that, and just bust it out before you do anything and have a look. Even dudes who go against Darwinism are being allowed to still run the bases.
A similar example can be found in Billy Joel's song "Zanzibar" in which he compares himself to Pete Rose and sings the lines "Me, I'm trying just to get to second base and I'd steal it if she only gave the sign.
She's gonna give the go ahead, the inning isn't over yet for me." David Letterman chronicled many of these in his "Top Ten Baseball Euphemisms for Sex" — a recurring theme on the Top Ten Lists featured on the late-night talk shows he hosted before retiring in May, 2015.
The script may have slightly changed since the 1960s.