built like a brick outhouse

built like a brick outhouse

 and built like a brick shithouse
Fig. well-built-either strong or full-sized. (Built more strongly than is typical. The second form is potentially offensive. Use only with discretion.) Look at that guy's muscles—he's built like a brick shithouse. This garage is built like a brick outhouse. It'll last for years.
See also: brick, built, like
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In theory, I also like the idea of arming volunteers with speed guns - but I'm worried about what could happen when a speeding yob built like a brick outhouse realises he's "only" been clocked by Joe Public.
He is also planning to play Gary Neville on the right side of that midfield to bolster a side built like a brick outhouse.
He's built like a brick outhouse and we've a feeling he could be very decent.
Despite the fact that he's built like a brick outhouse, wears boys clothes, looks 100 per cent boyish and is undeniably a boy some people still think "he's got long hair, must be a girl".
When an American woman, built like a brick outhouse with a Lorena Bobbitt snarl, yelled at me as though I was a Guantanamo Bay inmate, demanding to know who I was and what I wanted.
We'd drawn 1-1 at York and were drawing in extra time in the replay at Anfield when their striker Keith Walwyn, built like a brick outhouse, bundled the ball into our net.
WHAT weighs 28 stone, is built like a brick outhouse, and is set to take Leicester back to the Premiership?