pile of shit

pile of shit

1. n. a mass of lies. (Refers to bullshit. Usually objectionable.) He came in and told me this great pile of shit about how his alarm clock was in the shop.
2. n. any worthless structure or device. (Usually objectionable.) Take this pile of shit back where you bought it and get your money back.
3. n. a totally worthless person. (Rude and derogatory.) Todd, you are the biggest pile of shit I’ve ever seen.
See also: of, pile, shit
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In the skate world, everyone else who's involved is a pile of shit so you just start heading that way too.
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That's the biggest pile of shit I've heard in my life," he says.
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They don't make me a deacon until I walk through one last pile of shit.
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What if Johnny gets over to the other side and finds himself in a pile of shit--a pile of shit he can't get out of?
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I didn't care if I was gonna get in any trouble 'cause even trouble beats being a has been or a washed up pile of shit.
We're trying to decide whether we have created a record or just a big pile of shit," says MacKaye.