Peggy Sue Got Married
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Peggy Sue (PS) & her boyfriend Charlie are in the car after the prom & Peggy Sue says "oh, Charlie let's make love...(Charlie)you want to have intercourse?...(PS) Doesn't lucky Chucky want to come out?... your love machine, your throbbing thrill hammer, your thing... (Charlie) you mean my wang? PS unzips his pants, Charlie isn't ready, they argue & they leave without anything happening.

another scene "I hear she does more with her mouth than just talk...I've read that the tongue kiss is a means of genital stimulation and has much to commend it.

It's inferred a teenage girl and boy have sex after laying down in the grass and kissing, unbuttoning her top.

A mother asks her daughter is she knows what a "penis" is and to stay away from it.

Mild, but present

Social drinking, teenage drinking

a boy and girl smoke marijuana

A man and woman cut up cocain at a high school reunion and then he hands her a joint. Neither are actually seen snorting or smoking.

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