If we don't know the meaning of democracy, we really are in a pile of doo-doo
. And when was the last time anybody used "globalization" in anything but some kind of highbrow seminar on C-Span?
And if a wealthy customer like America has to search its pockets to buy a pint then you know the clientele is in deep doo-doo
. That is international finance today.
All the technology you need to know you're in really deep doo-doo
'cause your truck is stuck.
The Cold War is over, the sole superpower is in deep doo-doo
, and a lot of new economies are coming out of the woodwork.
Fearless Fred, the intrepid explorer and dodo expert, wends his nonchalant way happily amongst them all till his eagle eye lights on a pile of dodo doo-doo
! But the dear dodo is not the affable, affectionate animal his imagination anticipates ...
"I think I will be wrist-deep in doo-doo
within 18 months, I'm calling it, right here," he add
I'm in deep doo-doo
now!" Noticing some bones on the ground close by, he immediately settles down to chew on the bones with his back to the approaching cat.
Seriously - he managed to sell a rolled-up ball of one paint brush-wielding chancer's doo-doo
No More, East Wenatchee; travel on-site to pick up dog waste.
Right-wing Governments - both Conservative and New Labour - heartily agreed and now that we're all in the doo-doo
, the economists, bankers and business leaders are suddenly saying: "I told you we needed better regulation".
But, ah, the booby-traps of modern life: what's putting the DA in the deepest doo-doo
is not so much the salacious e-mails they found as the thousands he deleted, taking great pains to destroy them permanently.
The UV light zaps any little bird doo-doo
pathogens that may have come down from the roof.
It is a cross between an endless infomercial and a bunch of 8-year-olds telling doo-doo
jokes into a tape recorder.
Ralph's most famous doo-doo
was his visit to Edmonton's
The 12-year-old is stuck with the nickname "Doo-Doo
," for one thing, and thoughts of women's bodies, or body parts, keep popping into his head at all the wrong times.