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It's a reference to his philandering ways among "commoners". David is heir to a fortune, yet he spends most of his time having sex with women who aren't in the upper crust of society. In effect, he is a "dildo" to "citizen" women. I have to admit, at first I thought it was a play on "Citizen Kane", but there really aren't any similarities between Charles ...


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