lavatory brush


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lavatory brush

n (Brit) → scopino del gabinetto
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Maria used to cut my hair quite often and I got used to her saying: "Well, it will always grow out," every time she finished, as if to excuse the lavatory brush cut.
"I was going with the Mayor of Rotherham to a nativity play," he says, "and there was a little boy with hair like a lavatory brush and he's got a little green candle emerging from his crusty nostril and scratches on his knees.
Despite also banking pounds 64,000 a year as an MP, his claims include pounds 24 for "performance" toilet paper, a lavatory brush and holder worth pounds 5.39 and some air freshener.
When, out of curiosity, I lifted the cover of the cistern alongside of which was the invitation to use the lavatory brush, it was no great surprise to see that some sort of tape had been used for running repairs so that the cistern was no more than half-full.
This does NOT eliminate the need to use a lavatory brush entirely or wipe the surrounds daily.
There's a rat peering through a lavatory brush taking my picture.''
ATHE average woman has eight partners and settles down to buy rubber gloves and a lavatory brush at the age of 27.
49 WHO said: "I once remarked that Michael Winner had all the charm of a used lavatory brush, so how can I complain if people say I'm rude"?
"Nothing kills passion like choosing a lavatory brush together" - Sue Townsend, creator of Adrian Mole.
A school we were forced to share with the children of Chirton, who wore steel-tipped boots where we wore shoes, whose hair was cut short and stiff as a lavatory brush to avoid infestation by nits and lice, whose skin was painted purple in patches all over their hands and faces to try to cure the scourge of impetigo.
We are still the hand which rocks, not only the cradle, but wields the lavatory brush.