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bowl of red

bowl of red
 n.— «The fact that a Texas “bowl of red,” as chili is commonly called, has no original relationship with past didn’t matter.» —by Mark Busby The Southwest , 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

fish pedicure

fish pedicure  n.— «State regulators have banned a trendy type of spa procedure known as a “fish pedicure,” in which the spa patron places his or her feet into a bowl filled with fish, and the fish eat the dead skin and...

louching

louching  n.— «Specially designed for the purpose, it’s shallow-to-flat bowl is decoratively slotted, and a cube of sugar is laid on top. Very slowly, ice cold water is dripped over the sugar cube and slowly drops into the absinthe. That...

mazer

mazer  n.— Note: Most dictionaries define “mazer as a large, wooden drinking bowl. «You can sample meads, tour the meadery, eat grilled brats and burgers and chill out with members of local mead clubs, including the Motor City Mazers...

bowling party

bowling party  n.— Note: There’s little evidence that this term is used by anyone other than police. «Police said many teens are having what is known as “bowling parties,” where assorted prescription pills are placed in a big bowl...

destroilet

destroilet  n.— «John says he can still picture in his mind watching the frost build up on the inside cabin walls as warm air radiated from the heater. However, his most vivid memory of the cabin was the toilet. The boys referred to it as...