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  • Otherwise, it's sort of like having a decorative blender in your kitchen, or an unflushable toilet in your bathroom.

    Heat-Addled: Cooler Heads Will Prevail

  • For years, I was devoted to the idea, hoping to use David Sedaris's "Big Boy," about an unflushable poo he encountered at an Easter get-together, and my own essay "Strange Bedfellow," about waking up to find a mystery turd on the pillow next to me when I was little.

    Suz Redfearn: Germ Bag: No Sh*t

  • But like an unflushable toilet, it's hard to keep the stench of racism and ignorance down.

    Sam Greenfield: Of Course It's Race

  • Who wants to drag nasty, unflushable leftovers out into the open?

    The Great TMI Post

  • But of course the original plan hadn't included two hours in a little white room, two hours of steady questioning from one bunch of Customs agents while another bunch first drained and then raked the contents of Flight 901 's waste-tanks, looking for the big carry they also suspected, the big carry that would be unflushable, undissolvable.

    The Drawing of the Three

  • We explain the difference between 'inappropriate' political abuse and unflushable faeces Inappropriate.

    The Australian | News |

  • Needless to say the toilet was unflushable with his 30 pound, brown finless trout sitting happily inside the bowl.

    ZUG.com > ZUG Live

  • Premier League like an unflushable turd in a lavatory.

    The Guardian World News

  • But since we are stuck with a major, unflushable source of a-holes in government, the public must take up the slack.

    Lone Star Times

  • And the toilet itself was just an unflushable plastic box.

    TravelPod.com Recent Updates

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