counterfactual \koun-ter-FAK-choo-uhl\, noun:
- a conditional statement the first clause of which expresses something contrary to fact, as “If I had known.”
This word was born in the late 1940s from a portmanteau of two complete words. Counterfactual imagines a reality that is counter to the factual, or lived, experience.
mason jism line
- The area on a woman's body above which she is not okay with a man shooting their load after pulling out before climax during intercourse. Usually the breasts or upper-chest; a woman's acceptable cumshot boundary. A verbal play on the mason dixon line that was the dividing line between the Northern and Southern states during the U.S. Civil War.
Man: "She won't ever let me cum on her face."
Friend: "What? Really? What about on her tits?"
Man: "Yeah, she's okay with that- she just tells me to keep it 'below the mason jism line'."