from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Of or pertaining to a lavatory
- adj. scatological
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to a lavatory or to washing.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
That, and the fact that he got close to tennis nirvana at times in the semi-final against Roger Federer, explains why he's odds-on favourite tonight.8.22pm: Weather news: Bad news for fans of those who enjoy lengthy chats about the lack of lavatorial realism in modern cinema –it's not raining.
Crapper, who was a plumber by trade in the 19th century, is often incorrectly credited for the invention of the flushing toilet, but put his name to a variety of lavatorial inventions, such as the ballcock.
This was a little more than I needed to know but, fortunately for the happy celebrants last night, the 'necessaries' of the Antiquaries A D-F is excellent on lavatorial nomenclature owed nothing to the pleasures of Eastern Europe.
However, the child in question needs constant step-by-step guidance through every stage of the lavatorial process.
For as I said in my Mail article, the cruelty and obscenities on display in the Sachs episode were not some aberration; the reason Ross and Brand earn their huge fortunes from the BBC is precisely because their so called ‘comedy’ is composed of sniggering obscenities and lavatorial gags.
Attila - I've managed to totally cure myself of the racist and homophobic humour that was everywhere in my youth - and I no longer find lavatorial humour to be funny.
Most of the MPs stick within the rules of course - but wasn't it the most amazing coincidence that before we knew that the Prime Minister was going to 'chicken out' of calling an election please notice that this blog does not use 'bottle out' because of the lavatorial connotations of the phrase MPs were distributing thousands of glossy leaflets and newspapers telling their constituents how fantastically hard they have been working.
Unfortunately, it is the kind of film I absolutely detest, for the lavatorial humour that reaches only for the lowest common denominator.
There are times Mr Cross, when I really wish you didn't hat-tip me :D I'm perfectly happy for you to be the prime exponent of lavatorial humour around here!
Advice on lavatorial behaviour given to youngsters by the headmistress of a school in London, 2005.
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