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British pronunciation/ɹˈaɪd dɹˈaɪv ðə pˈɔːsɪlˌɪn bˈʌs/
American pronunciation/ɹˈaɪd dɹˈaɪv ðə pˈoːɹsɪlˌɪn bˈʌs/
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to vomit or feel sick, particularly when someone is leaning over a toilet bowl

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What is the origin of the idiom "ride the porcelain bus" and when to use it?

The origin of the idiom "ride the porcelain bus" is uncertain, but it is believed to have originated as a humorous and lighthearted slang expression. It is used to describe the act of vomiting into a toilet. The phrase is typically used in informal and casual contexts to add humor or make light of the unpleasant experience of vomiting. It can be used when discussing situations where someone feels nauseous or experiences an upset stomach that leads to vomiting.

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Mark's excessive motion sickness during the roller coaster ride forced him to take a break and drive the porcelain bus in the nearby restroom.
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