An affectionate term for a smelly snatch. First used in the 16th century in England by Christopher Lloyding. In his poetic musings centered around a small fishing village whore house in which he was master of proceedings.
My darling Betty, your flange is reminiscent of a trout bucket.

It was like rummaging around in a trout bucket, plenty of room but far too much quim.
by rpjoe101 January 07, 2008

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