Definition of how's your father in English:

how's your father

British informal
1Used euphemistically to refer to sexual intercourse.
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  • He didn't drag the ditzy blonde off to the first Travelodge he could find for a bit of how's your father, then impregnate her with their love child.
  • There's a favourite old joke in political circles, about two government MPs sneaking into the dunnies at a Labour Party conference to have a bit of how's your father.
  • Of course we are having you on as it features spotty Herberts (well one spotty Herbert) bunking off work for a quick bit of how's your father with plenty of tonsil checking and tongue football, nearly choked on me Guinness I did.
1.1Used euphemistically to refer to a penis.
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