"Good call, pointy," Lothar sneered.
On most ships in Starfleet, a comment like that would generally lead to the invocation of General Order LXIX and disciplinary action. General Order LXIX bans any and all terms and innuendos which are offensive and/or derogatory. The late KY Jellico, former captain of the USS Murgatroid, was once charged with over a hundred violations of this order.
Language, particularly those informal elements thereof known as "slang", change greatly over the years, decades, and centuries. Jellico, who had made a hobby of studying Terran twentieth century "popular culture", knew that the number sixty-nine was, itself, once considered an offensive term – and thus, anyone who invoked General Order LXIX was, themself, in violation of it.
(It is irony such as this which causes Vulcans to postulate that humanity is the victim of "Unintelligent Design". This is a theory which states that Terran evolution, both biological and social, was guided by one or more advanced entities as a kind of "practical joke" inflicted upon the rest of the galaxy.)
When the charges were brought against Jellico, he insisted that the entire "chapter and verse" of the charges be read into the court record. He then immediately called for counter-charges against the prosecution and produced evidence from twentieth-century literature (including, I believe, a literary pamphlet entitled "Hustler") to corroborate his claims that "sixty-nine" was an offensive term covered by General Order LXIX. The judge had no choice but to agree.
Charges were dropped, and the court recording was sealed (to prevent other cases of G.O.69 being similarly overturned). Jellico's gambit has been referred to since, in legal circles, as "The Jellico Defense" – as stated by Jellico, the Jellico Defense consists of "making the prosecutors into co-defendents, so that they won't try very hard for a guilty verdict."