craphouse

craphouse

n. a privy. (Usually objectionable.) Willy’s out in the craphouse reading, I guess.
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Though I may not be as smart as a shithonse rat, I hope I've proved as clever as a craphouse mouse.
Imagine a cartoon scene where a straight-laced, suited city gent walks in one end of a Southern craphouse and emerges at the other end, his clothes torn and tattered, his body twisted and battered, a bottle of corn whisky in his hand, straw in his hair and a wide grin on his face.