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69 is a number used to refer to a sex position due to the number looking like two people having mutual oral sex. Online, it has a reputation as "the sex number." People often joke about it by replying "nice" to posts that use the number 69 regardless of the context in which the number is used.

Origin

The earliest evidence of people participating in the sexual position was in France in the 1790s. Soon after the position became known, the term soixante-neuf (French for sixty-nine, hence the number) was given to it. The earliest known use appeared in Whore's Catechisms in France. The Kama Sutra refers to the position as "The Congress of a Crow."

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The term began appearing in American pop culture in the mid-late 20th century. Notably, two pop songs, in particular, use the number to refer to the sex position. The first, "She Blew My Mind (69 Times)," was composed by R&B singer Rick James in 1982. The chorus of the song goes "She blew my mind 69 times," a reference to "blowing" being slang for oral sex and the number being a reference to the position (shown below, left). The other, more controversially, is Bryan Adams' "Summer of '69," composed in 1984 (shown below, right). While his co-writer, Jim Vallance, denies rumors that the song is a reference to the sex position, Adams explicitly states it is about the sex position in an interview cited by Uproxx.

I think [“Summer of ’69” is] timeless because it’s about making love in the summertime. There is a slight misconception it’s about a year, but it’s not. “69” has nothing to do about a year, it has to do with a sexual position…At the end of the song, the lyric says that it’s me and my baby in a 69. You’d have to be pretty thick in the ears if you couldn’t get that lyric.


In the 1989 comedy film Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, the titular characters choose "69," when asked to randomly pick a number that would prove their future-selves were truly them (shown below).



On December 8th, 2003, Urban Dictionary user starflier uploaded the popularly understood definition of the number, gaining over 20,600 upvotes in fourteen years.

2 69 Simultaneous oral sex. Can be practised by M+M, M+For F+F The reference is that the numerals 6 and 9 are inverted versions of each other, reflecting the physical position that the couple must adopt when engaged in this sexual practice. The two girls were in a 69, licking each other's pussies by starflier December 08, 2003 text line font

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Online, it is a popular practice to reply to every post with the number in it, regardless of context, with "nice." In June of 2017, The Daily Dot published an extensive history of the practice. According to the research, the words "69" and "nice" began to be commonly associated together in the summer of 2008 (examples shown below).

aaron brazell @technosailor Follow 69 diggs? Nice number. http://is.gd/opp 6:08 PM- 30 May 2008 text font line productOblivion Ratula @Oblivion Follow Just installed a new copy of MS Office. Part of the product key was

The Daily Dot notes that the practice of saying "Nice" after 69 likely originates from an episode of South Park called "Miss Teacher Bangs a Boy" in which the cops respond to claims that a female teacher is having sex with a male toddler with, "Nice."


Popular early examples of "69" being associated with "Nice" came in 2009 with regards to sporting events. For example, during a football game, commentator Al Michaels mentioned how Vikings defender Jared Allen was harassing quarterback Kurt Warner by saying "Sooner or later, #69 will be in your face." Twitter user Playstub replied to the quote with "Nice" (shown below).

s PlayStub y Follow @playstub Nice. RT @normalguyguide hahaha al michaels on jared allen:

In the following years, it would become practice to mass-reply to any tweet with the number in it, regardless of context, with nice. For example, when Barack Obama tweeted that 69% of Americans wanted hearings for his Supreme Court nominee pick Merrick Garland on May 13th, 2016, the primary response was "nice" (shown below).

Barack Obama @BarackObama Following Senate leaders should listen to the American people. #DoYourJob Center for Aerican Progress May 9 69% A majority of Americans want the Senate to hold hearings and vote on Judge Garland. #DoYourlob Barack Obama Social media text fontConrad Kaczmarek @ConradKaz 13 May 2016 Replying to @BarackObama nice joe @JoeAlv 13 May 2016 Replying to @BarackObama nice Mandatory Glasses·@PraxisKenzie-13 May 2016 Replying to @BarackObama Nice 8 nuanced opinion guy @charles_kinbote 13 May 2016 Replying to @BarackObama nice 8 Matty D @HaightStRecords 13 May 2016 Replying to @BarackObama nice 8 Farages Fucked Face @UKIPBlackpool 13 May 2016 Replying to @BarackObama nice '90s Island: A Novella text font line

On February 13th, 2019, Donald Trump tweeted "The Gallup Poll just announced that 69% of our great citizens expect their finances to improve next year, a 16 year high. Nice!"

Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump Follow The Gallup Poll just announced that 69% of our great citizens expect their finances to improve next year, a 16 year high. Nice! 1:01 AM-13 Feb 2019 Fernando Haddad Text Font Line

People quickly noticed that Trump had used both "69" and "nice" in the same tweet, leading to some stunned reactions as people wondered whether Trump had intentionally used the joke. Twitter user @SonOfGodandMan, a Jesus Christparody account, called it Trump's "best tweet ever," gaining over 170 likes (shown below, left). User @itsjefftiedrich posted "oh god oh god oh god oh god oh god he didn't did he," gaining over 240 likes (shown below, right).


Jesus Christ @SonOfGodAndMan Follow Replying to @realDonaldTrump This is probably your best Tweet ever. Not gonna lie. 1:02 AM-13 Feb 2019 Text Font LineJeff Tiedrich @itsJeffTiedrich Follow 습.y Replying to @realDonaldTrump oh god oh god oh god oh god oh god he didn't did he 1:04 AM -13 Feb 2019 Text Font Line

Others expressed dismay that the use of "69" and "nice" was likely unintentional and could have an unintended consequence of ruining the joke. Reporter Ashley Feinberg tweeted "folks i'm sorry, 69 is cancelled," gaining over 60 retweets and 740 likes in roughly half an hour (shown below, left). User @goldengateblond tweeted "farewell 69, you had a good run" (shown below, right). The tweet and reactions were covered by indy100.

Ashley Feinberg @ashleyfeinberg folks i'm sorry, 69 is cancelled 1:04 AM-13 Feb 2019 Text Font White Blue Line Product Logo Brandshauna Follow @goldengateblono farewell 69, you had a good run Donald J. Trump @realDonaldTrump The Gallup Poll just announced that 69% of our great citizens expect their finances to improve next year, a 16 year high. Nice! 7:01 AM 2/13/19 Twitter for iPhone Xavier Woods Text Font Line

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1. Noun: The act of two people performing oral sex to each other at the same time, in which the man is on top, performing cunnilingus, and lowers his penis down into the mouth of the woman.
2. Verb: To perform oral sex at the same time, but with the man on top and the woman on the bottom. Sometimes accompanied by a Blackjack.

1. Noun: Guy 1, "I gave Sally a Reverse 69 last night."
Guy 2, "Cool. Did you give her a blackjack as well?"

2. Verb: Girl, "Let's Reverse 69 tonight!"
Guy, "Okay, but let me drink some laxative first."
Girl, "Why?"
Guy, "No reason."

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1. Noun: The act of two people performing oral sex to each other at the same time, in which the man is on top, performing cunnilingus, and lowers his penis down into the mouth of the woman.
2. Verb: To perform oral sex at the same time, but with the man on top and the woman on the bottom. Sometimes accompanied by a Blackjack.

1. Noun: Guy 1, "I gave Sally a Reverse 69 last night."
Guy 2, "Cool. Did you give her a blackjack as well?"

2. Verb: Girl, "Let's Reverse 69 tonight!"
Guy, "Okay, but let me drink some laxative first."
Girl, "Why?"
Guy, "No reason."

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Vive la France! The slang 69 goes back, if you can believe it, to the French Revolution. The term is found in a 1790 French work, The Whore’s Catechisms, attributed the revolutionary figure Théroigne de Méricour, who described a soixante-neuf, or “sixty-nine” in French.

English picked up sixty-nine by the 1880s, with its numerical shorthand, 69, familiar by the 1970s.

As long as there have been humans, though, there probably has been the practice of a 69. It’s described in the ancient Indian Kama Sutra, for instance, as the Congress of a Crow position. The position involves different- or same-sex partners going down on each other—genitals or anus—at the same time, usually achieved by lying on their sides or one on top. That is unless the people involved take to the Standing 69 or Eiffel 69, known variants of the move.

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69 is commonly referenced—and snickered about—in popular culture. R&B singer Rick James released “She Blew My Mind (69 Times)” in 1982, for instance, and Bryan Adams 1984 “Summer of ’69,” which puns on the peace-n-lovin’ year 1969. Rapper Daniel Hernandez is better known by his suggestive stage name, 6ix9ine.

In in the 2000s, 69 = inspired something of a meme where internet users comment “nice” on just about any online content that happens to feature the number 69 (e.g., the poll shows that 69% of Americans approve of the new law).

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Not that this is new. Pretty much all of us who are familiar with 69 make jokes whenever we encounter 69 in the wild, from phone numbers to jersey numbers to birthdays to license plates.

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    Last edited on Sep 01 2021. Submitted by Anonymous on Sep 01 2021.

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  • to receive and perform oral sex at the same time. Origin: the numbers 69 look like they are "69ing".
    Want to 69 each other?

    Last edited on Apr 27 2013. Submitted by Kenton H. from Gaithersburg, MD, USA on Jan 01 2000.


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