I was talking to a friend about a girl, and he mentioned that “She can pretty much CI anything, CIB, CIM or CID.” I’m wondering what these mean. The context was sexual experience. Sorry if I missed some letters; English is not my primary language.

  • What was the context? – Bradd Szonye Apr 9 '14 at 1:07
  • About ones sexual experiences. – user71457 Apr 9 '14 at 1:15
  • Hmm my intuition suspects "come in [orifice]" but it doesn't quite fit the sentence as you wrote it. – Bradd Szonye Apr 9 '14 at 4:39
  • @BraddSzonye Yeah . . . CIB, and CIM butt and mouth respectively. D???? I'm a doctor and I can't think of a suitable orifice that starts with a D ... – David M Apr 9 '14 at 16:54
  • @David Perhaps the last one was actually CIT? For breasts. – Bradd Szonye Apr 9 '14 at 19:20

From the context it appears to mean “cum in,” and your friend is suggesting that the girl engages in a variety of sexual acts. “She can pretty much [take it in] anything,” with CIM meaning “in mouth” (oral sex) and CIB “in butt” (anal sex). CID might mean “in deep” (without a condom), or it could be the similar-sounding CIT, a sex act involving the breasts.

I haven’t heard CI used this way personally – it’s more commonly used to mean “confidential informant” (snitch) on cop shows – but I have heard the similar abbreviation PIV “penis in vagina.”

In the future, the easiest way to get the meaning of things like this is to laugh in response to your friend’s joke, then ask something like, “That’s a new one to me! What is it?”

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    I don't really understand how this would fit the usage of "she can pretty much CI anything", however. Go figure. – MrHen Apr 22 '14 at 15:12
  • @MrHen I agree, it's a weird construction. I suspect that the speaker was a bit idiosyncratic, or that the OP misheard slightly, not being familiar with the terms. I could see “She can pretty much do CI anything,” for example. – Bradd Szonye Apr 22 '14 at 18:57
  • According to Urban Dictionary, CID can be Cum In Deep, which apparently means to come inside someone without a condom. – Janus Bahs Jacquet May 9 '14 at 23:49
  • @JanusBahsJacquet Thanks! I've added that information to the answer. – Bradd Szonye May 10 '14 at 0:17

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