I read a conversation between two people.

"I want you to do me on this table."

What is the meaning of this sentence?

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    Could you explain the context? What was said before and after the quote. I'm inclined to think that the two were a couple and one of them is asking for a sexual favour. But maybe because I have a "dirty mind". – Mari-Lou A Nov 22 '14 at 6:57
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    That makes two of us with "dirty minds" then, because I too think it is a request for a sexual favour. – Roaring Fish Nov 22 '14 at 7:11
  • "You said what???" is the reply. Other person surely amazed with the strange invitation. Thanks Roaring & Mari. – tom Nov 22 '14 at 7:50
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    I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because the question doesn't provide any context. It is closer to request for proof-reading, which can't be done, either. – user140086 Dec 18 '15 at 4:19
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    General reference, no context, attracting low-quality answers. – user140086 Jul 22 '16 at 8:14

In that context, it means that the speaker wants sex, on the table.

Urban Dictionary: "Meaning, have sex with me."

In other contexts, it can me 'perform a service' in a more general way, such as asking a hairdresser 'Can you do me next?" in which case 'do me' means 'cut my hair'.

  • The phrase (with prurient overtones) has been around since at least 1981, when Carlene Carter included the song "Do Me Lover," a duet with Paul Carrack, on her LP Blue Nun. – Sven Yargs Jul 22 '16 at 6:56

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