Just the Tip


What does Just the Tip mean?

Just the tip refers to a trick used by many men in the bedroom to motivate their partner for engaging in a sexual intercourse.

Despite the popularity and the simplicity of “just the tip”, once the tip is in, most people ignore the promise and proceed to penetrate deeper.


What's the origin of Just the Tip?

The origin of the phrase is unclear, as it most likely came up in the minds of people long before the invention of the internet.

The expression was first defined on Urban Dictionary in 2005, with many other articles having been written with the intention of shedding more light on the subject.

Spread & Usage

How did Just the Tip spread?

Just the Tip is also the title of a comedy album from Robert Kelly, released in 2008.

The phrase has been featured in many songs, such as the Plies song, Just (The Tip) as well as Kendrick Lamar’s LUST, where the line “let me put the head in” is occurring several times.

“Just the tip” is a popular subject on the internet, appearing in social media posts, forums and message boards.

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