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Groover

noun; other word formation type metonymy
a device shaped like a box, with a toilet seat on top, used as a place to defecate while on outdoors adventures, and to properly dispose of later when back in society. Derived its name from earlier versions of a groover, that were merely metal boxes, which left grooves on the users butt after use.
 
"Can we pull off the river somewhere? I need to go use the groover."
Etymology : From Dutch groeve
Source : Brother Summer 2010 white water rafting trip
Last modified: 9 December 2010


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