bucket and pail n.
|Und. Speaks n.p.: Lard and pail, a jail; Mop and pail, a jail.|
|Fowlers End (2001) 60: I mean inside—bucket-and-pail.|
|Dict. Rhy. Sl. (2nd edn).|
|‘Cockney Jack’ [Internet] ‘Well,’ said the spinning top, ‘It’s the bucket and pail for you, babbling brook.’.|
|www.asstr.org [Internet] Tell him that every weekend at visiting time, do you, Dionne? At least it’s convenient for the bucket and pail here. Only one sea, one ocean and a few counties to go – call a sherbert dab, do you?‘Dead Beard’ at|