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kjntgr
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Baton Rouge
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6780 posts

What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
I’ve heard it used to describe a female student

Also uses to describe a sports team with both men and women


Kafka
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I am the moral conscience of TD
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95799 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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I’ve heard it used to describe a female student

Also uses to describe a sports team with both men and women
and there we have the two definitions

that was quick

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goofball
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Member since Mar 2015
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re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
This is a huge waste of OT resources.

Pick up a dictionary.


Bustedsack
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re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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quote:
I’ve heard it used to describe a female student

Also uses to describe a sports team with both men and women


quote:

and there we have the two definitions

that was quick

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OP be like...

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3deadtrolls
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re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
The only place I really see that term anymore is Pornhub.


DannyB
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Member since Aug 2010
6049 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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The only place I really see that term anymore is Pornhub.


Yeah, I am surprised it has been used as long as it has. AU was the first co-ed college in the state of Alabama and that happened in the 1890's.


Breesus
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Member since Jan 2010
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re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
I'll be honest, I don't think anyone knows what it means anymore. Scholars maintain that the translation was lost hundreds of years ago.


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KG6
LSU Fan
Member since Aug 2009
10253 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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dictionary


Never heard of this word. How would one find the definition of it?
This post was edited on 2/23 at 4:48 am


TheAlmightySmash
LSU Fan
New Orleans
Member since Jun 2014
4316 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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What’s the definition of “Co-ed”

quote:

female student


usually attractive.


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caliegeaux
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Member since Aug 2004
3820 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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Never heard of this word. How would one find the definition of it?


Google


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Evil Little Thing
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Member since Jul 2013
7846 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
BREC advertises co-ed boxing. I can't wrap my head around how that is supposed to work.

LINK


Corkfather
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Tyler, TX
Member since Sep 2007
19195 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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Yeah, I am surprised it has been used as long as it has. AU was the first co-ed college in the state of Alabama and that happened in the 1890's.


You’re surprised it’s still being used? It’s very common in NOLA, where most of the private schools are not coed.


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Ed Osteen
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re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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BREC advertises co-ed boxing. I can't wrap my head around how that is supposed to work.



Because males and females can train together...

Boxing classes aren’t just jumping in a ring and going to town on each other


Evil Little Thing
LSU Fan
Member since Jul 2013
7846 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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Boxing classes aren’t just jumping in a ring and going to town on each other


Lame!


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tigerpimpbot
Florida Atlantic Fan
Johnsonville
Member since Nov 2011
51623 posts
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re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
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The only place I really see that term anymore is Pornhub.


I just did some internet research and can confirm this term is used on youporn as well.


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dat yat
LSU Fan
Chef Pass
Member since Jun 2011
3214 posts

re: What’s the definition of “Co-ed”
A co-ed is a female student. But a school that only enrolls co-eds is not a co-ed school. Frickin shite blows my mind!


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