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bunghole

Cheese; because of the unfortunate constipating effects of eating too much of it: I'll just have a polony and bunghole sandwich, thanks.

Contributor's comments: Heard extensively in the north west of WA (around Carnarvon) in the mid-1970s, especially amongst locals and those from the stations. Since heard in the Perth region, but not as common as in the north west.

Contributor's comments: The word bunghole is used in Nth S. A to describe the removal of a small amount of wool around a sheeps tail . The amount of wool removed is less than that taken off in the more commonly known crutching of sheep.