khazi

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khazi

(ˈkɑːzɪ)
n
slang a lavatory; toilet
[C19: from casa, case a brothel, from Italian casa a house; modern spelling probably influenced by khaki]
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The karzies are immaculate, too, unlike British ones, which are usually filthy and fully deserving of the name "bogs."
If only the Brits had died obese junkies in rhinestone suits, with their trousers around their ankles on karzies in their theme-park mansions, maybe we might not get so embarrassed when we hear their names.