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pamper pole

pamper pole
 n.— «The Pamper Pole is just that—once you reach the top of the pole and stand up—you might just need a new pamper! This is a great element for those that really want the challenge of doing something on their own. Once on top of the pole—you jump off and swing out to the ground. Whew!!! What a rush!» —“Challenge Courses” Girl Scouts Buckeye Trail Council (Dayton, Ohio) Oct. 10, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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