The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive TermsWhy do so many automotive terms sound so dirty? Is it because we give 16-year-olds a license? Are the British to blame? Or maybe it's just because the internal combustion engine works in a very suggestive way. Whatever the cause, Jalopnik readers have dirty minds, which is reflected on today's list.

There are actually too many terms to fit onto one list, so feel free to add your own below in Kinja. You can also add the word "anal" to any car name and make a dirty joke, but we stayed away from the easy jokes in this list.

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10.) Dipstick

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: The device to check your oil level.

What it sounds like: Your manhood.

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9.) Stroker Kit

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: An aftermarket kit that can increase stroke.

What it sounds like: What you do with your manhood.

Suggested By: Annathie, Photo Credit: Mopar


8.) Master/Slave Cylinder

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: The device that converts pressure from a driver's foot into hydraulic pressure.

What it sounds like: A sado-masochistic relationship.

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7.) Good rubber

What it means: Decent tires.

What it sounds like: Condoms that can take it.

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6.) Blowing a Seal

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: And old joke about an unlucky penguin.

What it sounds like: Whatever you want it to.

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5.) Driving a Stick

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: Having a proper transmission.

What it sounds like: A handy...

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4.) Rear-ending a Probe

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: Crashing into the back of a Ford Probe automobile.

What it sounds like: You don't understand how probes work.

Suggested By: Automatch, Photo Credit: Motor Trend


3.) Blowing a tranny

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: Ruining your transmission.

What it sounds like: Pleasuring a transvestite.

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2.) Lubing a shaft

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: Oiling a shaft.

What it sounds like: What you do before driving a stick...

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1.) Suck, squeeze, bang, blow.

The Ten Most Suggestive Automotive Terms

What it means: The process of combustion

.What it sounds like: About $300.

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