“Intercourse felt, often, like shoving a loofah into a mason jar,” she writes, for example.
So Leslie picked up her chum's rough towels, her loofah and her verbena-scented soap.
She had found a loofah, two sponges and some cakes of soap elaborately arranged in a pattern on the bathroom floor.
They simply haven't grasped how much soap and water and loofah go to that, in big towns.
1879, from Egyptian Arabic lufah, the name of the plant (Luffa ægyptiaca) with fibrous pods from which flesh-brushes are made.