Wainscoting



  • The act or occupation of covering or lining with
    boards in panel.



  • (ˈwānskōdiNG,ˈwānˌskädiNG) the act of inviting a romantic interest over to your place for sex, only to have them complete chores around the house, such as changing the light bulbs or yard work.



  • A small village in the South of Wales. Known for it day laborers who would work from the first light of day until the sun waned in the Western sky. As the day would expire the workers would line the streets with cots in order to be first in line to be selected for the next days work.

    To Wainscot it to be without permanent employment going from one job to another. Typical pay is handled under the table.


 

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