lavatorial

lavatorial

(ˌlævəˈtɔːrɪəl)
adj
1. of or in the style of decoration supposed to typify public lavatories: white lavatorial tiling.
2. characterized by excessive mention of lavatories and the excretory functions; vulgar or scatological: lavatorial humour.
Translations

lavatorial

[ˌlævəˈtɔːrɪəl] ADJ [humour] → cloacal, escatológico
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If you didn't know that, you might be interested to learn about bears' lavatorial habits
Luckily, it's the County Hurdle next, which provides a window of lavatorial opportunity.
After much training and conditioning, I eventually educated them in the complicated rituals of the seat up/seat down lavatorial procedures - a skill that still hasn't been mastered by many fully mature members of their species.
And of course, everyone there grew more and more interested in her mysterious lavatorial shenanigans.
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60, 62, 66), and throws in sundry seemingly autograph lavatorial drolleries worthy of a Carry On film for good measure.
Enclosed by walls of smooth fairfaced concrete, cubicles are provided for both traditional Japanese squatting and Western sitting lavatorial modes.
Even English critics - who struggled at first to understand his accent - were starting to take notice of the dishevelled Glasgow comedian with the lavatorial humour.
If you are looking for a way of expressing your lavatorial humour - how about this aquatic fish toilet seat , pounds 99, from John Lewis, the Touchwood Shopping Centre, Solihull.
Every time Sharon started to say something interesting, Rube The Crude cut across with some lavatorial reference to her own sex life - Gaad, I like it quick and rough and orgasm in two minutes.
In the midst of this visual explosion, the cast, a mixture of rock 'n' roll veterans and newcomers, have a hoot, and more importantly, make sure the audience does, too, with a mixture of lavatorial gags, and rudery for the oldies.
Lav, the abbreviation of lavatory, derives from the Latin lavatorium, in the days of Ancient Rome when lavatorial habits were a social occasion.