slurp ramp
 n.— «As your classic repressed Englishman, I’ve never visited a bathhouse before—I’m barely iced water, let alone vanilla. (Before my visit, I had to ask my editor what a gloryhole was.) The holes happen to be the first stop on our tour. Short says this room goes by several names—the slurp ramp, the juice bar—but to preserve the embarrassment of the construction men, he mostly refers to it as the go-go room.» —“The tubs go public” by Paul Isaacs Eye Weekly (Toronto, Canada) May 20, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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