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  • n. A portable toilet.


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  • It helped that there was a port-o-potty on the sideline.

    Haynesworth, Redskins find they're a bit of a punching bag

  • In a port-o-potty on the side of the Pacific Coast Highway.

    The Human Bobby

  • And in the true spirit of confessions, and speaking of random, the author happens to be last year's 2007 Burning Man Grand Prize winner for coming out of the port-o-potty (complete with tiara and red-carpeted ramp and 30 cheering fans) on the last day of that burn.

    Jodi Lampert: Burning Man 2008 "American Dream"

  • Using a port-o-potty doesn't absolve us from any future activism or participation in worthwhile causes.

    Scott Blakeman: My Jumbotron View of the Inauguration

  • Being the object of mass attraction for American females everywhere, you have to wonder if choosing a song by a man best known today for getting his sexual pleasures in a park port-o-potty was really sending the right message.

    AI5 – Boys Round 1

  • It showed me joyous moments from my childhood Jazz Fests as well as the bitter day when I was trapped and abandoned in a port-o-potty, forming the basis for my present day humbuggery.

    Festerin' Festertash

  • We didn't have any kind of bet going, po-boy or not, but you totally owe us the port-o-potty story.

    Festerin' Festertash

  • And everyone hates the architect, who put a port-o-potty on the lawn.

    House Party

  • During the jam, one of the band members can be seen leaving the stage and heading to the nearest port-o-potty.

    Wash Away the Techno

  • He also liked to brag about how he was so absurdly popular with the women and quite a magnificent lover despite being prematurely bald at 23, living with his parents and smelling like a port-o-potty.

    YesButNoButYes: You Show Me Yours: Inappropriate Co-Workers


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