(US) the rectum or anus.
|‘Salome’ in Mess Songs & Rhymes of the RAAF 25: Standing there with her arsehole bare / Waiting for some-one to slide in there / [...] / Fair up her fucking chute.|
|Blood Brothers 151: But the best, Butler, the fuckin’ coup de grace a the whole night [...] we did it up the chute.|
|‘Chickenhawk’ at www.cultdeadcow.com [Internet] Ramon grabbed Karen’s ass cheeks and quickly thrust his dick balls deep into her chute, and grabbing her hips he began thrusting into her with incredible energy.|
1. (Aus. Und.) found guilty in court and thus imprisoned.
|Arrow (Sydney) 27 Nov. 4/3: A jury says that Bill is guilty, and a Judge sends him ‘down the chute’ for six months.|
|Truth (Brisbane) 26 Dec. 20/3: In Brisbane Police Court last week [...] a pair of the city’s hardened lags went down the chute for a ‘sixer,’ for stealing.|
|Sun. Herald (Sydney) 8 June 9/2: Then there’s [...] ‘down the chute,’ found guilty.in|
|I Travelled a Lonely Land (1957) 232/2: down the chute – in jail.|
2. (Aus. Und.) in fig. use, following the ‘road of crime’.
|Argus (Melbourne) 19 Dec. 8/1: Surely it's better to reform a man than to send him further down the ‘chute’ (the road of crime). The trip down the "chute" often starts in a so-called boys' home. I firmly believe that more damage is done in some of these homes than in any gaol.|
1. (Aus./N.Z.) useless, worthless, failed, in serious trouble.
|Popular Dict. Aus. Sl.|
|Long and the Short and the Tall Act I: If he’d have pulled the pins on one of them grenades we’d all of us been up the shoot!|
|Eng. Lang. in Aus. and N.Z. 108: New Zealand has some slang of its own [...] Up the chute.|
|Pallet on the Floor 49: You’re all up the shoot.|
|Dict. of Kiwi Sl. 117/2: up the chute worthless, stupid, wrong; eg ‘Sorry, chum, you’re up the chute on that one.’.|
|(con. 1945) Touch and Go 139: If I ever stood a chance of keeping the job it’s up the chute now.|
|Reed Dict. of N.Z. Sl. [as cit. 1988].|
2. see up the pole adj.2