Québécois 101

Débarbouillette (day-bar-boo-yet): A débarbouillette refers to a washcloth, but some people use it to describe an all purpose rag. The word “barbo” is a colloquial term in Quebec
to for the word barbouillage, which translates to daub, meaning to carelessly spread or colour something with a substance, such as graffiti.

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