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tripe

1. n. nonsense. That’s just tripe. Pay no attention.
2. n. a bad performance; something worthless. I know tripe when I see tripe, and that was tripe.
References in classic literature ?
Even her good looks are stolen from somebody or other, I suppose,' thought Toby, looking at the sixpence in his hand, and thinking of the tripe.
Jen Farrow was not a fan either, declaring: "Oh my goodness what cringeworthy TV, such a shame to see comedy greats in this utter tripe.
Flying Saucers Not A Load of Tripe" (September 24, 1968): "Flying saucers were the greatest mystery of our time and should not be dismissed as a load of tripe, Mr Wilf Grunau told Nuneaton Rotary Club.
I imagine chef Victor boiling the tripe to death in a broth along with the beef mask and ox tail, which have a lot of fat and gelatin in them.
What I love about festivals is that I always end up talking tripe with randoms.
Classic faggots got a thumbsup from her husband and 19-year-old daughter, but tripe and groaty pudding - a dish made from soaked grain - proved too much to stomach.
Contract notice: Purchase Of Mass Spectrometers Including Two Lots: - Lot 1: Chromatography Coupled To A Mass Spectrometer Quadrupole Tripe Or Equivalent And With A Pre-Analytical Purification Device - Lot 2: Chromatography Liquid Coupled To A High Resolution Mass Spectrometer.
The honest answer is think of pretty much the worst thing you can think of it's tripe.
Free Range Eco Naturals Beef Tripe Twist Dog Treats & Chews from Artvark are known to aid digestion and contain high levels of calcium.
This protein-filled smoothie is made from his finest tripe and, he claims, will give men a Viagrastyle buzz in the bedroom.
But Woolybacks are harmless Most accommodating too Just feed them tripe and unions And they'll do anything for you Knowarrameanla by Alan Tippins, Litherland
Greg Bartlett believes that eating a pound of cow's tripe poached in milk and onions with bread and butter before festive drinking does not make you hungover the next day, the Mirror reported.
Historic trade dictionaries have revealed life shopping on a typical Victorian high street, which often included a gunstore, leech merchant and tripe dressers.
Tripe fans claim that this stinky meat (think of rotting fecal matter) has multiple benefits for dogs who are lucky enough to receive it often.