voodoo stew
 n.— «They did as much as possible to not touch the water, which he called “voodoo stew.” “It was slimy, stinky water.…I told my friend it was the texture of melted butter and was full of sewage, road kill and human decay.”» —“It’s not devastation—it’s obliteration” by Aracely Hernandez in DeKalb Daily Chronicle (Illinois) Sept. 29, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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