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  Jan 04, 2012 · best answer: it is a sliver of soap, usually ivory, that is softened under warm water and used as a suppository to induce a ….
  My sister had it worse as my mother began to give suppositories, soap sticks and/or rectal stimulation for everything.  
 
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