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porcelain throne

  • toilet
    Sitting on the porcelain throne.

    Last edited on Aug 19 2004. Submitted by Roger W. from Oahu, United States on Aug 19 2004.

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porcelain throne, the

noun

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porgy bait

noun - uncountable

  • candy, junk food. Commonly used in the US military in the mid 1900s.
    Do not get caught with porgy bait in your locker .

    Last edited on Jun 08 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Nov 06 2016.

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porkage

  • n. food, usually junk food.
    If I don't get some porkage soon, I'm gonna faint!

    Last edited on Aug 08 2002. Submitted by amanda on Aug 08 2002.

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porkchop

  • police helicopter

    Last edited on Mar 15 2006. Submitted by Manny M. on Mar 15 2006.

  • Carrying on like a Pork chop

    This expression is a truncated version of the longer and more widespread phrase be like a pork chop in a synagogue; this has been around since the 1950s. Since pork is forbidden food for Jewish people, to describe something as being like a pork chop in a synagogue means that it is highly inappropriate, embarrassingly out of place, and quite unwelcome. The Australian expression 'carry on like a pork chop' has now shifted the focus from inappropriateness to foolishness.

    Last edited on Jun 21 2017. Submitted by Anonymous on Jun 21 2017.

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porker

noun

  • n 1. one who eats large quantities of food, usually junk food, very quickly.
    Adrienne is such a porker!

    Last edited on Aug 08 2002. Submitted by amanda on Aug 08 2002.

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porkies

  • Lies. Another Cockney rhyming slang, but almost completely detached from its origin Lies = Pork Pies = Porkies. For some reason seldom used in the singular.
    You've been telling porkies again.

    Last edited on Oct 27 1999. Submitted by Joshua R. from Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, UK on Oct 27 1999.

  • lies. Rhyming slang: "porkie pies" - "lies".

    Last edited on May 16 2011. Submitted by Paul G. on Aug 22 2005.

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pork pie

noun

  • a lie. Cockney rhyming slang. Often shortened to porkies.
    Are you tellin' me pork pies?

    Last edited on May 24 2011. Submitted by Anonymous on May 22 2011.

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