poo-poo


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poo-poo

verb
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poo-poo

verb
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SCEPTICS may poo-poo it but we think Dr Austin Darragh and Professor Michael Hayes are telling no bull.
You know the gag: He says ``cheat,'' but it sounds like the profane synonym for poo-poo.
But because our infrastructure is in good shape, and we don't have these other problems, we can concentrate our efforts on dealing with diversification, instead of saying we need $60 million or $80 million to build a poo-poo plant.
They are deep in poo-poo because this dog is owned by nasty gang boss Woody Harrelson.
Yet there are still people who poo-poo the idea, arguing it may encourage girls to skip regular smear tests and even promote promiscuity.
They poo-poo the prospect of poo in paradise, just further proof for me that we are not animal-lovers.
If only, that is, they can learn to cope with those whirling dervishes running amok and become intimately acquainted with the numbers 1 and 2: Fans of really simplistic pee-pee and poo-poo jokes will slap their thighs silly during this movie.
I would like to take the opportunity this week to poo-poo such ridiculous notions.
That's not a party poo-poo, it's reality biting party poo-poo, it's reality biting as Venus demands the accounts.
45am on the Monday when she's sleeping it off, then I'm going to run into her room, naked and rubbing my bottom on her head, while shrieking: "Hey poo-poo head, get up and make me breakfast.
DADDY DAY CARE: Another Eddie Murphy comedy with lots of opportunities for poo-poo and pee-pee jokes.
But Lennon said: "It wouldn't surprise me if there are a number of clubs in for Gary but I'd poo-poo that.
I might go with Peppa if its a girl and then they said it would be really funny if I called the baby Poo-Poo Face but I won't be doing that.
And although folk might poo-poo the idea of carrying around a four leaf clover or a St Christopher Medal, you can bet they're the same people who avoid walking under a ladder or sneakily chuck salt over their shoulder when it's spilled.