Japanese Tongue Bath



first referenced on the steve dahl/gary meier show on wls in chicago in the 1980s, it refers to one or more people bathing an individual using only their (human) tongues as the washing/cleansing agent. hence the name.
“pardon me, but i must be going; my manservant david has arrived to give me my weekly j-panese tongue bath.”

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