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Does a bear poop in the woods?
rude A rhetorical question meaning the answer to the previous question is emphatically and obviously "yes." Would I like a free trip to Paris? Does a bear poop in the woods?
Do bears poop in the woods?
rude A rhetorical question meaning the answer to the previous question is emphatically and obviously "yes." Would I like a free trip to Paris? Do bears poop in the woods?
poop (one's) pants
1. Literally, to defecate while still wearing one's pants. I need you to pull over the car right now, or else I'm going to poop my pants!
2. By extension, to be very surprised. When I saw that the magazine had published my letter to the editor, I totally pooped my pants!
Inf. to quit; to wear out and stop. He pooped out after about an hour of hard work. I think I'm going to poop out pretty soon.
poop someone or something out
Inf. to cause someone to become exhausted or give out. All that exercise really pooped everyone out. A full day of play at the beach had pooped the dog out. The activity pooped out the dog.
1. Inf. [of a person or an animal] exhausted; worn out. I'm really pooped out. The horse looked sort of pooped in the final stretch.
2. Inf. intoxicated. How much of that stuff does it take to get pooped? He's been drinking all night and is totally pooped out.
See also: poop
1. Tire out, exhaust, as in I ran about ten miles, but then I was too pooped out to go on.
2. Quit, decide not to participate, especially at the last minute. For example, We had about twenty signed up for the seminar, but then half of them pooped out. [Slang; late 1800s]
1. To make someone exhausted; tire someone out: That long walk uphill really pooped me out.
2. To quit something because of exhaustion: Too tired to continue, he pooped out of the race.
3. To decide not to participate, especially at the last moment: She was going to help me, but she pooped out and didn't come.
1. n. information; the detailed knowledge of something. What’s the poop on the broken glass in the hall?
2. n. fecal matter. (see also poo.) There’s poop on the sidewalk.
3. in. to defecate. Your dog pooped on my lawn!
n. the rectum and anus. The doctor actually stuck his finger up my poop chute.
in. to quit; to wear out and stop. (see also pooped (out).) He pooped out after about an hour.
n. a sheet containing information. Where is the poop sheet on today’s meeting?
1. mod. exhausted; worn-out. (Said of a person or an animal.) The horse looked sort of pooped in the final stretch.
2. mod. alcohol intoxicated. He’s been drinking all night and is totally pooped out.
See pooped out
See also: poop