Definition of wine, women, and song in English:

wine, women, and song

The hedonistic life of drinking, sexual pleasure, and carefree entertainment proverbially required by men.
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  • Whereas the fundamentalists see that place and time as a puritan paradise of sober sharia observance, Meddeb sees it, admittedly at a slightly later date, as a venue for wine, women, and song.
  • In Islam, heaven is a paradise of wine, women, and song.
  • Worse yet, he did not spend time doing stereotypically masculine activities like spending Friday nights out with the boys with their wine, women, and song because he was much too busy working two jobs at the same time.
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