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  • n. a portable toilet


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  • The port-o-john outside the bar, the one with the goat tied to a stake in the back.


  • People who pass say “Hello Bill Markee” and he says hello in return as if his social position already includes if not the predicate “lassoed and tied to a port-o-john” then at least a range which encompasses it.


  • We need to rewrite the process to include weekend election day, port-o-john near the lines, EMTs at all polling places.

    Jennifer Bogut: Here's My Take #5: What HuffPost's Community Thinks Authorities Should Do About Long Waits At Polling Places

  • Think of fancy port-o-john we could rent for $25k.

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  • Nikki Haley, Peeler cited the "tables, sleeping bags, coolers, folding chairs and even a port-o-john" at the encampment and said he didn't see how the items didn't "invade the public health, safety and welfare" of citizens. Front Page

  • If they keep them, and LeBron doesn't come back, it's going to feel like getting tipped over in a port-o-john.

  • "I'm hoping he either has to start in the port-o-john or the back of the field," Busch said of Stewart, the three-time overall race winner and two-time defending champ, during a break from tire testing at Indianapolis Motor Speedway on Tuesday, April 20. - News

  • The problem, he says, is one of simple port-o-john economics (a phrase NewsFeed never thought we would write): We have our own stock of portable toilets but we always need more. Top Stories

  • That just gets Sally Quinn's dusty old muff soppier than a blind drunk who fell into a full port-o-john.

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  • A woman knocks on my locked port-o-john door and I open it. Recent Updates


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