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gut-bucket

1. A derogatory term for a very obese person. We left the bar when we realized it was seedy and filled with nothing but old gut-buckets looking for easy women.
2. A free-spirited style of jazz or blues music. The band surprised the audience by playing a few of their songs in a gut-bucket style.
3. A stringed instrument used in folk music that is made from a metal washtub . Grandpop brought out his old gut-bucket and started playing folk songs beside the fire.

gutbucket

(ˈgətbəkɪt)
1. n. a chamber pot, especially one used in a prison cell. (see also gash bucket.) You got something around here I can use as a gutbucket?
2. n. a toilet; a makeshift toilet. Where’s the gutbucket around here?
3. n. the stomach. Sam poked Pete right in the gutbucket.
4. n. a fat person, usually a man. Look at the gutbucket waddling down the street.
5. n. a cheap saloon; a low tavern. his head off. The pinstriper needed a drink so bad he stopped at one of those gutbuckets on Maple Street.
6. n. an earthy style of music. You don’t hear much gutbucket in public places these days.
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Still, that's probably just part of the "snouts in the trough" approach adopted by many American gut-buckets.
Bright colours and loud patterns will magnify gut-buckets and the style makes legs stumpy.
Suffice to say we are rapidly turning into a nation of gut-buckets, wobble-bottoms and chubba-chubbas.
The cure for these grotesque gut-buckets is quite simple - lay off the chocolates and the cheeseburgers