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the Earth moved

informal
If someone says the Earth moved, they are joking about how good a sexual experience was.
(戲謂性事快感)床都塌了,天搖地動
Sexual activity in generalPhysical and sexual assault and abduction
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in Chinese (Simplified) (戏谓性事快感)床都塌了,天摇地动…
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