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Question 1: The word pussy can also be used in a derogatory sense to refer to a male who is not considered sufficiently masculine (see ________).
HomosexualityGender roleGender identityButch and femme

Question 2: In the ________ episode "Fun with Veal", after giving up meat temporarily, Stan Marsh discovers his body is covered in sores.
South ParkSouth Park (season 1)Eric CartmanBig Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride

Question 3: He then muttered that "that cat was the best ________ I ever had" (suggesting bestiality).
Spanish languageEuphemismCuntFuck

Question 4: It has been informally suggested in ________ that it is a shortened form of the word "pusillanimous" which is defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as "showing a lack of courage or determination" or cowardly.
False etymologyDutch languageSwedish languageGerman language

Question 5: One surprisingly risqué joke, especially for 1940, appears in the ________ movie, The Bank Dick.
George CukorBuster KeatonMae WestW. C. Fields

Question 6: In addition to cats, the word was also used for rabbits and ________ as well as a humorous name for tigers.
LeporidaeEuropean RabbitBrush RabbitHare

Question 7: ________ had a stand-up bit (found on his "A Wild and Crazy Guy" recording) in which he declared that a woman he'd met had "the best pussy .
Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Variety, Music or Comedy ProgramCarl ReinerSteve MartinMel Brooks

Question 8: The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) says that the word puss is common to several ________, usually as a call name for the cat — not a synonym for cat, as it is in English.
Germanic languagesWest Germanic languagesNorth Germanic languagesOld Norse

Question 9: On the television series ________, the episode "Alzheimer's That Ends Well" features yet another instance of the above.
The SimpsonsSpongeBob SquarePantsFuturamaDrawn Together

Question 10: The German form is cognate (Fotze; compare "Puss-y" to "Fotz-e" [in the style of Futs-sy]), and the (vulgar) French term "chatte" (literally a female ________) is analogous.
RaccoonGray WolfLionCat
















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