a upside down pineapple means: A pineapple is a symbol of hospitality and welcome. Swingers place a pineapple on their porches or mailboxes to signal that there is a party. When someone is looking for a ******* party, a pineapple is turned upside-down. It was originally placed upside down in the individual’s shopping basket. Because of its popularity, pineapples are now accepted on clothing and other products. This symbol is used by swingers to recognize each other when they are together. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Phillip Mullins)
What else does a upside down pineapple mean?
- If it said, “People don’t think that swingers do this …”, then the dedinition would actually be true.” This myth was created by non-swingers. Swingers don’t use pink flamingos or black wedding bands. It is absurd. It would not be logical to say that someone knows the code. The act of *** is useless if they do not know the code. Swingers can meet up online, at parties or by simply saying “Wanna ****!” This is something I’ve never seen in a *******. It is a fact that most lifestylers are unaware of this practice. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Ephebiatrics)
- When a man masturbates upside-down and cums on himself, this is called “Cuming”. Often, he licks up any remaining ***. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Martín Gómez)
- She is lying on her back, with her head hanging from the mattress. The topping is added because he cums her when she takes it out of his mouth. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Maurice Sawyer)
- Fellacio is performed by one of their partners lying upside-down on the back, with the head hanging above the edge. One partner places his head on the edge of the bed and inserts their member in the mouth. The upside-down pineapple cake blowing begins. This is a common practice in West Kildonan. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Cara Nolan)
- Lifestyle posers and non-swingers think that swingers are like them. Non-swingers, who are more curious than lifestyle posers and enjoy it as much as anyone else can, do so with a lot of joy. The same goes for black wedding bands and pink flamingos. It’s not necessary to mention that if someone has the code, there is no reason for them to use it. There is no need to signal from the porch using the internet. (in Slang Dictionary, added by Rose Armstrong)