headlights

n pl
female breasts. These are jocular male terms from the earlier 20th century when large, raised car headlamps were the norm. The first version is British, the sec-ond American and Australian. Bumpers and hooters are other slang terms for the breasts using automotive analogies.

Contemporary slang . 2014.

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