Bread and butter

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Bread and butter is a term sometimes used to refer to a boy between the ages of ten and fourteen. The term was invented in the mid-late 1990's by the poster known as Alexis. Since a great number of boylovers are known to be attracted to boys of this age range, the term "bread and butter" was put into use to refer to this group. In common usage, the phrase "bread and butter" can describe a basic, common element.

As an example, an entire chapter of the novel Penrod, by Booth Tarkington, is devoted to the age of twelve, which falls within the "bread and butter" age of attraction.

See also

"Bread and butter" is used to describe the middle of three AOA ranges. The other two can be described using the following terms:

In addition to Alexis's terms, see also: