porcelain god n.
(US campus) joc. terms for a lavatory, in the context of vomiting; in phr. below and similar.
(US campus) to vomit.
|[||Union Dues (1978) 279: Happily hugging the toilet all night long with your barf buddies].|
|Campus Sl. Mar. 7: toss groceries, toss cookies – vomit (synonyms: [...] worship the throne).|
|Campus Sl. Spring 6: toss cookies [...] hug the throne.|
|Campus Sl. Fall 5: pray to the enamel god – vomit in the toilet in a drunken stupor. [Ibid.] 7: talk into a porcelain telephone – vomit.|
|Campus Sl. Mar. 7: worship the porcelain goddess – vomit.|
|What’s The Good Word? 303: Yes [...] ‘Praying to the Great White Porcelain God’ is quite descriptive, but may I offer my own personal favorite? ‘Blowing your chunks.’.|
|Compter Science and Why (1993) [Internet] I was struck with [...] the plethora of words and phrases meaning ‘vomit’ and/or ‘to vomit’ [...] At most American colleges and universities, a weekend cannot pass without seeing multitudes [...] worship the porcelain, pray on the porcelain altar, pray to the porcelain prince.|
|Sl. U. 44: bow to the porcelain god/bow to the porcelain goddess to vomit into the toilet. [Ibid.] 112: hug the porcelain god/hug the porcelain goddess to vomit into the toilet. [Ibid.] 127: I have the feeling that I’m going to be making love to the porcelain goddess for a while tonight. [Ibid.] 152: pray to the porcelain god/pray to the porcelain goddess to vomit into the toilet. [Ibid.] 208: worship the porcelain god/worship the porcelain goddess to vomit into the toilet.|
|Susanna Siegelbaum Gives Up Guys 66: ‘Kiss the porcelain god,’ he said. ‘Huh?’ ‘Puke in the toilet,’ he explained.|
|Syndey Morn. Herald 7 June 35/5: Everything you wanted to know about [...] driving the porcelain bus and that old standy-by giving birth to a politician.|
|Campus Sl. Oct. 5: talk to the porcelain god – vomit.|
|Vampire’s Kiss 359: After selling Buicks and hugging the porcelain god, Grimm had felt a little better.|
|Sl. and Sociability 72: A similar expression for ‘vomit’ is worship the porcelain goddess.|
|Online Sl. Dict. [Internet] hug the porcelain goddess. v 1. to vomit. (‘Yesterday I wasn’t at school because I was hugging the porcelain goddess.’) [Ibid.] hug the throne v 1. to vomit. (‘Man, I was hugging the throne all night last night.’). [Ibid.] pray to the porcelain god v 1. to vomit. (‘I was praying to the porcelain god after eating that.’). [Ibid.] worship the porcelain goddess v 1. to vomit. (‘She’s in the bathroom worshipping the porcelain goddess.’).|
|Berkshire Eagle (Pittsfield, MA) 2 May 19/1: Drinking with kids who will be ‘worshipping the porcelain god’ or ‘talking to Ralph on the big white telephone’.|
|Life 261: John would inevitaly end up in my john, hugging the porcelain.|
|Republican & Herald (Pottsville, PA) 17 July PC1/1: What’s even better is enjoying those delicacies without later having to be on your knees hugging the porcelain throne.|