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Lame-sauce. No one in the history of life has ever thought, "Hey, you know what would make this party that much cooler? Some adult supervision!"
Racy. You might just mean you are sharing an evening of trivial pursuit and red wine with your adult co-workers, but the assumption will be something involving more handcuffs and whipped cream.
Lame. Acne is bad enough. I've been there. But putting the word adult in front of it adds another element of shame. No one wants this oily souvenir from their awkward formative years.
Lame, in theory. (No offense, Jenna. None taken!) I happen to love my adult ballet class, though I can see how, hypothetically, this phrase might be considered lame.
Racy. Acceptable in the bedroom and on Halloween. And at adult parties (see #2 above).
Lame. Really, I don't even know exactly what classifies as adult language. I suppose George Carlin's "Seven Words You Can Never Say on Television" would count. Besides that, there is a whole lot of gray area. Like Fart. No one wants their kid to say fart because it's a "bad word." I'd like to see some definitive data on that.