Jeff-isms II

Can you name the Jeff-isms II (Coupling)?

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The period when a relationship is ending but not yet completely over, during which both parties are still entitled to all the sexual perks.
Someone whom you have a relationship with who you can not get rid of
Close friends who have promised each other that in the event of the other's sudden death, the survivor ('... upset though they may be...') will rush over to the deceased's home and
The increasing urge to laugh during a moment of solemnity or silence
The time span between seeing an attractive woman and imagining her naked, after which the subject will be eternally naked in the observers mind.
The window in which socks should be removed during foreplay
The sequential behaviours of people obviously telling a lie: nervous facial tingling and blushing, speaking too quickly, culminating in an exaggerated and fake laugh
The 'arch enemy of trouser confidence' whom causes erectile dysfunction
Slight tilting of the head two people may unconsciously perform while standing opposite each other when there is an attraction between them/ prelude to a kiss.
The Location in a room or area where there is a clear view up a woman's skirt
When reaching climax during masturbation, the eye may accidentally slips from the woman to the man, resulting in possible 'lower whiplash effect'
Bottled form of the jelly left over from women jelly wrestling

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