Looks like Napier,Bluff hill in the background,the girls were easy,attainable,and they
liked to party,but I dont think they deservedto be called ''molls'',I,m sure they gave
you a good time mate,so why dont you do the decent thing and edit out the word
From The New Partridge Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English:
1. a promiscuous woman AUSTRALIA 1965
Commonly used as a term of disparagement implying promiscuity. Merely a respelling of MOLL in the same sense, representing the usual Australian pronunciation.
That's the only definition I could find. I've always understood the term to be a bit insulting but some Englishmen may have adopted it without realising its proper intent.
The good thing is there are plenty of them around.
"JBs", "**************" "Molls" were never used as an insult, I seem to remember the girls used these terms themselves. Anyway, they seemed to enjoy themselves as much as we did!