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Pillow talk is the relaxed, intimate conversation that often occurs between two sexual partners after the act of coitus, usually accompanied by cuddling, caresses, and other physical intimacy. It is associated with honesty, sexual afterglow, and bonding, and is distinguished from dirty talk which usually forms part of foreplay.
Pillow talk, more broadly may also refer to conversations between parties that may be of a more casual and flirting nature, and are not necessarily engaged in a physical relationship.
- A couple's pillow talk session is often used as a plot device in works of fiction and drama, such as movies and television. It offers a convenient setting for a couple to discuss relevant plot events or reveal new information to each other.
- Elephant Bill records how he only discovered the fate of his dog Jabo two years later in pillow talk, "when a young Burmese girl told me the true story, as all girls will on certain special occasions".
- E. Raynor, The Happiest Woman (2011) p. 37
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- F. A. Ramos, Enigma (2007) p. 70
- R. L. Weagley, Wallace (2011) p. 353
- R. Taylor, Encyclopedia of Cold War Espionage (2004) p. 136
- J. H. Williams, Elephant Bill (1964) p. 106
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