Legs that go all the way up



noun phrase

(Variations: many, some of which are shown below) Long and shapely legs: a bimbo with legs that go all the way up/ legs that go all the way to heaven/ Only the floor kept her legs from going on forever/ Huston and Bening both have scintillating street wit and legs that go on for days/ Tits out to here, legs that won’t quit (1980s+)

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