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urinal umbrella

colourful umbrella with perhaps a personalised message to hide ones private member at the urinal.
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umbrella type thing which would normally fold down small enough to go in your pocket which you can unfold and clip onto the waistband of your trousers to protect your modesty. I'm out of here - stayed too long.
po, Aug 31 2002

Literary reference - Clochemerle http://www.sjsu.edu.../english/cloche.htm
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       Hey, what're you doin' in the boy's room?
FarmerJohn, Aug 31 2002
  

       Lookin' for 'big daddy'?
waugsqueke, Aug 31 2002
  

       Now it will be a case of who has the biggest umbrella.
Helium, Aug 31 2002
  

       Quit starin' at my canopy tent
thumbwax, Aug 31 2002
  

       .. I had to go to therapy. They told me I had umbrella envy.
yamahito, Aug 31 2002
  

       Hardly necessary in a normal urinal. Out in public, yeah, that could be quite useful. (I read that London has recently added some French style open-air urinals, giving our British contributors a place to try this one out. Please report back, preferably with photos.) (With umbrella in place, of course. This is a family show.)
DrCurry, Aug 31 2002
  

       DrCurry: A few town centres have ascending urinals that pop up during the night and descend during the day - I don't know if they are the ones that you mean. The classic French outdoor ones feature men doing their business against a wrap around wall in a manner that passers-by can see the user's head and ankles - however they have been large phased out, I believe.
Aristotle, Aug 31 2002
  
      
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