full of bull

full of bull

verb
See also: bull, full, of
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When you chose to stay home from the polls, when you choose not to support Appleseed-or even to come to one, if for no other reason, to see if Fred is full of bull when he says this program can save the country-if we can get enough people to come.
If you see anyone claiming to have made great gains from these, they will undoubtedly be full of bull.
As usual this government is full of bull and it's about time they were brought to book for so many things they have put people through since they came into power.
The moral: When you're full of bull, keep your mouth shut.
TO HIS fans, the US comedian and social commentator Bill Hicks was like a friend, a man to turn to at the end of a day full of bull and hypocrisy.
The moral: When you know you're full of bull, keep your mouth shut.
Packers (-11) at Bears: In a world gone mad, in a city full of bull, the woebegone Bears will get an improbable first victory, beating Green Bay as Kevin Butler misses the ball completely on a field-goal attempt and holder Todd Sauerbrun runs for a score on the game's final play (and remember - Butler doesn't even play for the Bears anymore).
You can't deliver the performance of a genius if your head is full of bull.
I read the newspaper piece and it didn't annoy me because Frank has always been full of bull," said Hawkins.
Obviously there are some charlatans, people on the make who are full of bull and just trying to earn some easy money, but there are some real mental coaches - I said real, not really - out there who might be able to give Celtic, or any other team, that little edge which maybe missing right now.
Nursing several sizeable blisters that did not prevent him running earlier in the day when crossing a field full of bulls he had mistaken for heifers, Blake said: "I'm worn out, but the adrenaline keeps you going and I feel really satisfied that we've done it.
The field was full of bulls and when they get scared, they get very angry.