a crock

a crock

An obvious lie. The accusation that Peter stole the money from the register is such a crock! He's the most trustworthy and honest man I've ever met.
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a crock (of shit)

(rude)
useless or false information My sister told me if I wore dresses I'd have more friends, but I think that's a crock of shit. She called the charges against her “the biggest crock I've ever heard.”
Etymology: based on the literal meaning of crock (a container)
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References in classic literature ?
Tobin tried to plead guilty, feeling the desire to blow the foam off a crock of suds, but when he felt in his pocket he found himself discharged for lack of evidence.
A shockingly ugly old creature, miss; almost as black as a crock.
He found several sealed bottles of sterilized milk, much mineral water, two tins of biscuits and a crock of very stale cakes, cigarettes in great quantity but very dry, some rather dry oranges, nuts, some tins of canned meat and fruit, and plates and knives and forks and glasses sufficient for several score of people.