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foot facelift

foot facelift
 n.— «During a pedicure (that’s a foot facelift) this week, the beautician explained she was using a paddle-like instrument that used to be known as a pedi-file. Since the Wood Royal Commission hearings, they have been known as pedi-paddles!» —“Raffle Rigmarole A Riotous Laugh” by Paul McInerney Illawarra Mercury (Australia) July 16, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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