craphouse

craphouse

A toilet, especially one that is outdoors. I'm not using a craphouse! I can wait till we get home.

craphouse

n. a privy. (Usually objectionable.) Willy’s out in the craphouse reading, I guess.
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``The whole culture is in the craphouse. It's not just true in the movies, it's also true in the theatre.
FILM legend Dustin Hoffman yesterday called the modern movie world "craphouse culture".
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.