Some forms of the verb are will cum, will come, cummed, came, is cumming, is coming, have cum, have come Because only a few of the standard recognized resources dictionaries describe these usages in detail, and because they are generally considered by such as slang, we may not have a great deal of technical guidance in their spellings and usages. Some people will say that the words are part of proper or standard English, because many people use those words to have those meanings. Some people say they are vulgar or slang, or both. People say I'm coming or I'm cumming just before orgasm to mean "I am going to or starting to have an orgasm," and people can say it seriously, with humor, with passion, as a joke, or in all kinds of ways, just as with most phrases or words. But no, it's not "just a joke. It seems to me that cummed is less often used.
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