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And "fancy" has long been used as a verb/noun for "wish" or "desire" ("What do you fancy for dinner? One needs to beware that, being "slang", the phrase is not apt to appear in any academic works, and so early references found would tend to be in plays and novels, where a double entendre of sorts is much more likely, if only to make it past the [email protected] A - I've personally only heard the phrase used lewdly in "guy talk" ("Boy, I'd like to tickle her fancy!
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