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.
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.