Futuō , unlike "fuck", was more frequently used in erotic and celebratory senses rather than derogatory ones or insults. A woman of Pompeii wrote the graffito fututa sum hic ("I got laid here") and prostitutes , canny at marketing , appear to have written other graffiti complimenting their customers for their sexual prowess: Felix bene futuis ("Lucky boy, you fuck well"); Victor bene valeas qui bene futuis ("Victorious, best wishes to one who has fucked well"), with futuis corresponding to classical futuisti . It is famously used erotically in Catullus 32 :
Large Legs? Check. Sculpted Abs? Check. Gigantic Chest? Check. Neck and head that doesn’t quite belong on this body? Sadly, check. Paul Dillet’s physique looks like it has been working out everyday of it’s life while everything from the neck up looks like it opted to skip out on most of those gym days. He’s not called ‘Freak-einstein’ for no reason! At 6’1, he’s fitting of his nickname, with his body looking like it was pieced together by a mad scientist who had all the parts of a big strong guy but ran out of big strong guy heads, so he had to make do with some Certified Public Accountant’s head.