Used to describe the appearance of a human feces long in shape, mahogany coloured, pointed at one end (like the tail of a squirrel) and resting to the side of a pan (toilet) in fresh water.
I couldn't believe someone had left that drenched squirrel in trap one, how revolting!
A common and meaningless expression used by Indians to communicate amongst their clan.
Arnold paused for a moment and listened as the tribal communication began "um Um, agro valata, alotavater, alotavater, alotavater, alotavater".
See also bowel carrots
Basically the same thing, but describes the turd(s) after it passed into a second environment e.g. bog, public bin, tesco bag, bush etc.
Can be associated with human or animals.
I was walking the dog in the park one day when I came across a group of rusty carrots. Once I trod on one of them, breaking the skin, I began to realise these fellas were delivered by no human!
Used in a situation where things aren't going quite as planned or can be used as an insult to others.
Can be pronounced "Zhithowzzz"
"Shithouse, my phone battery has gone flat again"
"Hey, shithouse, who's doing early shift today?"
An expression which describes the poor remedial fix of an object/item.
It can also be a reference to a vital part of the anatomy.
"Hey Trigger, that twirly wirly bar you taped together has been returned by a customer. They said it was bobbins"
"oi, I braked too hard and I slipped off my seat smashing up me bobbins!"