Posted by Barbara on August 20, 1998 at 23:12:35:
In response to The latest "Poop", written by Bob Whitworth on August 20, 1998 at 12:11:33
] Before, during, and after the Regency period this commodity was euphemistically known as “bum fodder”, and is described in the Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue as: Soft paper for the necessary house or torchecul. (torchecul is another word for bum fodder)
Actually, it is quite a literal translation for what it is in French. I'm blushing even particpating in this topic, but if you want to know what the French meaning of the word is, I can tell you. (WARNING--it may not pass the PG-13 rating of the board)
- Torchecul Bob Whitworth 23:53:42 8/20/98 (3)
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