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Small rubber item which can be found in kitchens throughout the UK. Mounted on the side of kitchen cabinet or wall. The front part of the rubber holder is crossed so that one can poke the corner of a tea towl into it and thereby leaving it dangling in order to dry. Also used to describe the arse hole or a stare from the big cheeked cyclops.
Pumping her vigorously from behind, I took a moment's rest to gather my thoughts and observe her tea towel holder giving me the brown eyed wink.
by Wanus Fool the First October 14, 2003
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by bob April 7, 2004
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a round plastic wall or cupboard side mounted kitchen fixture that in a pop art way resembles a brown star. your index finger is used to push near the corner of a tea towel, against the holder, this has a cross cut imto it which allows entry for your finger and teatowel you pull finger out and hey ho the material of the towel is held by your tea towel holder. terms such as, shall i put it in your teatowel holder, become funny when you are asking your mates mum.
by bigsyinfidel February 27, 2014
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by The Drizzla" February 4, 2009
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The brown rusty sherrifs badge... More of a english term, used to poke the towel in it. Usally located on the kitchen wall.
by Jack Smack October 30, 2003