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But there is a definition for a "lap" and a "dance," and if you put the two together, there aren't many ways to interpret the result.


Courtesy of Merriam-Webster:

Lap: 2b: the front part of the lower trunk and thighs of a seated person

Dance: 2: to move or seem to move up and down or about in a quick or lively manner

I'm inclined to agree with Aaron on this one.


Actually the OED has a definition of lap dance:
"an erotic dance or striptease performed close to, or while sitting in the lap of, a paying customer in a strip club, etc.; cf. table dance ...." But I like Brian's definition better.

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