What's the difference between i.e. and e.g.?
The sex act; copulation; fucking: The pages of romances offered less in-and-out than a downtown parking garage/ Her refreshing answers about the old in-and-out bluntly demystified any last glitches/ the endlessly hypnotic spectacle of the old in-out
[first form 1620+; fr the 1600s idiom play at in-and-out, ''do the sex act, copulate'']