pay the water bill

pay the water bill

slang To go to the bathroom to urinate. Excuse me a moment, I just need to go pay the water bill. Tom's just paying the water bill—he should be out any minute.
See also: bill, pay, water

pay the water bill

tv. to urinate. I’ll be with you as soon as I pay the water bill.
See also: bill, pay, water
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But I pay the water bill that goes into my apartment,' the tenant, who goes by the username 'unlovablepig' wrote.
HEARTLESS Irish Water demanded a grieving mother pay the water bill of her dead son, she claimed yesterday.
Sub-tenant Shaheen says her landlord cuts off the water supply to the entire apartment even if one tenant fails to pay the water bill. I don't have much of a choice.
So, there is no need for residents to run to the bank or queue at the counters of Beijing Waterworks Group to pay the water bill.
Director Simon Ryan claimed he had asked the Supporters Trust for money to pay the water bill.
OUTRAGE: Olive Hawkins refuses to pay the water bill increase
It'll buy the crops even if there's no value, and it'll pay the water bill. The subsidies are about 85 to 95 percent of the cost.
Unfortunately, the authorities in charge of the water and sewerage system of the city have not taken any action, even though the citizens continue to pay the water bill in full.
He said: "Only the very basic amount for human consumption will be allowed into homes that don't pay the water bill."
Some of the residents use the ground well water to avoid using the SEWA water connection and pay the water bills. Some dig them to make profit by selling the well water to other people, without informing them of their source.
WASA's consumer base is around 15 million but only 40 percent of the consumers pay the water bills, the finance director said.
The meeting also decided to issue water bills to those consumers who will also using the water from earth boring and legal action will be taken against those who will avoid to pay the water bills.
On October 20, 2014, the Special Rapporteur on the human right to safe drinking water and sanitation and Special Rapporteur on adequate housing of the United Nations voiced their concerns on the cutting-off of water supply for the families that could not pay the water bills in Detroit City, considering it a violation to the right of access to drinking water and other international basic human rights, according to the report.
However, "the solution is not to increase the value and period of the deposit, which harms the rest of the tourist hotels and resorts that pay the water bills every month".
The amount we get doesn't even pay the water bills.