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ras klaat

ras klaat
 n.— «“Ras clat” is actually “arse cloth” or “ass cloth,” i.e. early toilet paper. The “clat” in “bumba,” “blood,” or “p*ssy” “clat” is cloth also, it doesn’t necessarily mean a used one, it just means the cloth that woman used (and some still do) as a pad before disposable things were available.» —“Re: Oh Bumbo Klaat!” by Christopher Albin Edmonds Usenet: rec.music.reggae Oct. 7, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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