Dishpig

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Dishpig | Epithet | A dishpig is a cruel and unpleasant way to describe the operator of a restaurant’s dishwashing machine. The term was immortalized in Greg Landucci’s Fringe Festival performance of the same name.

Usage: “I’m not a dishpig, I am a huuuuman beeeeing!” explore-the-lexicon

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