A Bucket is a cylinder or cone shaped container with an open top, flat bottom and a handle called a bail.
The term bucket comes from the English language phrase, "to cum buckets," which describes especially large seminal ejaculations. Before, bucket had simply meant a large seminal load, but the term was later ascribed to the containers used to keep semen from leaking onto the floor. In Medieval times, it was considered a grave sin to "spill seed" on the ground, so during masturbation, peasant men would use containers to store the semen for later usage.
Later, the bucket came to describe all open top containers with handles, and not just buckets full of peasant cum.
The bucket is a versatile tool, and has a variety of uses:
- To water plants
- To hold paint
- To boil people alive
- To simulate drowning for torture
- To burn down houses and places of business using flammable liquids
- To drown children and little people
- To hold chicken (Pictured)
- As Catholic theology prescribed all semen to be used for insemination, feudal serfs would baste female farm animals with their leftover seed. This is also the origin for the term Animal Husbandry.