ass-wipe


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ass-wipe

[ˈæswaɪp] N (US)
1. (= toilet paper) → papel m del wáter
2. (= person) → mamón/ona m/f
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Rabelais's humor is rhetorically effective in the relatively short list of Gargantua's ass-wipes - but what about in the list of Gargantua's games (about 220 of them), or in the list of books at the Library of Saint Victor's (numbering about 150 volumes), or the 160 or so expressions for Friar John's testicles in Book Three (followed by an equal number describing Panurge's), or in the over 200 adjectives in Book Three describing Triboulet's so-called virtues?