It has come
to my attention that several Everythingians
are unsure about how to spell come
. I am using the word "unsure
" in this context as a euphemism
While the Collins English Dictionary is not as highly appraised as Webster 1913, I will nevertheless quote it, as Webster 1913 doesn't appear to have cum, and doesn't explicitly define come (even though he does come close with the following definition):
Come, in the imperative, is used to excite attention, or to invite to motion or joint action
So, to quote the Collins English dictionary:
cum prep.used between two objects to designate an object of a combined nature
Yes, I see how this may have confused
many people into thinking that's the correct spelling
come ...... 16. Taboo slang. To have an orgasm.
So, as you can see, there is no doubt. The correct spelling is ejaculate
P.S. I asked my flatmate if I should write that last line, as it serves no purpose other than humour, and not even much of that. His reply was:
"Give it a shot. A cumshot, as it were."
P.P.S. In as much as pr0n is a word, cum is a word. That is why I wrote "cumshot". "Comeshot" just doesn't look right. The point of my node was not to dismiss "cum" as a word, but I really hate it when people correct me when I'm not wrong.