As if plumbing and toilets weren't unintentionally funny enough, the perfectly serious words used to describe plumbing parts and functions can be on another level of weird.
A round rubber ring or washer used to create a water-tight seal.
A metal catch to prevent water from running down a shower door when it is open.
The act of cleaning out pipes using a long, flexible metal wire.
Another name for the toilet or bathroom.
Connecting the threading of two parts to ensure a tight seal.
The fill valve that controls the flow of water from the water supply line into a toilet tank.
Soldering pipes together to form a solid bond.
Knocking noise in a water pipe that occurs when a tap is turned off briskly.
Flat washers used to stop any leakage that occurs between the faucet bonnet and the body of the faucet.