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Amusing SlangPlay
Considered humorous and informal when talking about someone's rear end. SlideWhen Joe fell, everyone chuckled, saying he hurt his fanny.
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Informal Settings OnlyPlay
Use 'fanny' casually with friends or family, not in formal situations. SlideI wouldn't mention you bruised your fanny at the job interview.
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Potential OffensePlay
Be careful, as 'fanny' can be seen as crude or too personal in certain contexts. SlideAunt Martha seemed shocked when I said the cat sat on my fanny.