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Definition funny of Commode:
A politer way to say ''toilet''.
I need to make sure the cat uses the commode.
A toilet. A terlit. A donnicker.
Hey, Janet, don't forget to flush the commode.
a chubby girl
'I'm coming over with this commode I just met'
short for 'commotion', as in "what's the commotion?". Used by hipster snobs to unnecessarily confuse ordinary discourse, often with intent to elicit an air of superiority.
Songs about Commode:
On The Commode Again by Carla Ulbrich from the Album Sick Humor
The Old Man Is On The Commode by Bob Rivers from the Album Best Of Twisted Tunes Vol. 1
Allegro Commode by Athenaeum Quartett Mannheim from the Album Mordecai Seter & Paul Ben-Haim, String Quartets
Commode by The Ebertbrothers from the Album Susten Pass
Commode by The Dirty Rooks from the Album This Is Grand
Commode Huggin' Blues by Del Way from the Album Just Who I Am
Commode Huggin' Blues (Demo) by Del Way from the Album Just Who I Am Original Soundtracks
Books about Commode:
Ode to a Commode: Concrete Poems (Poetry Adventures) by Brian P. Cleary and Andy Rowland (Aug 1, 2014)
The Commode Side Guide To Stock Car Racing History by Steven Hicks (Mar 25, 2011)
Three Buck Naked Commodes: and 18 More Tales from a Small Town by Dale M. Brumfield (Feb 23, 2009)
Thoughts from the Commode (Mini Book) (Charming Petites) by Michael Domis and Peter Pauper Press (Jan 1, 2004)
Commodes: Webster's Timeline History, 1513 - 2007 by Icon Group International (Jul 10, 2009)
La Commode (FICTION) (French Edition) by Jean Faust (Jan 26, 2004)
Commodes by Monica Burckhardt (1900)
Movies about Commode:
Lovejoy: The Complete Season 4 2009 NR - Runtime: 11 hrs 45 mins Starring: Ian Mcshane, Phyllis Logan, et al.
Lovejoy - Complete Series 4 PG - Starring: Ian McShane, Phyllis Logan, et al. Directed by: Ian McShane, Baz Taylor, John Crome, et al.
Wiki information Commode:
A commode, commode with legs, or commode on legs is any of several pieces of furniture. The word commode comes from the French word for "convenient" or "suitable", which in turn comes from the Latin adjective commodus, with similar meanings.