early bath

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Being shown a red card in soccer.

Etymology:

  • From the belief that players bathe together after a match, so if a player gets sent off, he or she can get into the bath before the other players.
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That was a horrible tackle, he can expect an early bath for that.

Submitted on September 01, 2009

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