full of bull

be full of bull

To often say far-fetched, nonsensical, erroneous, or ignorant things. Ah, don't listen to him, he's full of bull. My dad is so full of bull, it's embarrassing to listen to him talk to other people sometimes.
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full of bull

slang Full of lies, exaggerations, or nonsense. "Bull" is a shortening of "bullshit." Oh, you can't believe a word that guy says—he's full of bull. Not one bit of snow at all—those meteorologists are full of bull.
See also: bull, full, of

full of bull

verb
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Of course he is, in the sense he'll think the critics are full of bull, and he'll show them, alright.
Taurus (April 20--May 20)--The sign of the bull quite literally describes you since you are literally full of bull. There is a car called a Ford Taurus.
Trevor Pounder came up with this trio: the Rangers Pandas (Bears facing extinction), the Dundee Ospreys (the cameras keep turning up hoping to witness a comeback) and the Kilmarnock Steers (full of bull but nae baws).
When you chose to stay home from the polls, when you choose not to support Appleseed-or even to come to one, if for no other reason, to see if Fred is full of bull when he says this program can save the country-if we can get enough people to come.
But Zimmerman said the TSA was 'full of bull', and is lying 'to protect their butts'.
They smile nicely but they are full of bull" Jack Osbourne, youngest member of rocker Ozzy's clan "I am sorry to say I sometimes see a sort of unkindness that is spreading through the world these days" Actor George Clooney "The journalist asked, 'What's it like being a sex symbol?' I caught sight of myself in the mirror with my belly hanging out, and I went, 'Oh, you know, I get by'" Actor Paul Bettany describes a telephone interview "Prince William looks like a horse" TV presenter Tamara Ecclestone describes being mistranslated when giving an interview to a German journalist "All field sports people are doing is turning an inevitable necessity into a pleasure.
Joe Iconis, the best composer nobody was hiring, got an honest-to-god production, and now we have to decide what to do with his time-warping Long Island comedy "ReWrite: A Musical Comedy Triple Feature." With improbably catchy songs like a middle-age woman's hilarious ode to marzipan (the only thing she can cook) and a short libretto full of bull's-eye jokes, the tremendously talented songwriter's show has less in common with neighboring musicals and more with a pop concept album like Ben Folds Five's "The Unauthorized Biography of Reinhold Messner."
As usual this government is full of bull and it's about time they were brought to book for so many things they have put people through since they came into power.
The moral: When you're full of bull, keep your mouth shut.
TO HIS fans, the US comedian and social commentator Bill Hicks was like a friend, a man to turn to at the end of a day full of bull and hypocrisy.
22), but it sure was full of bull. I guess the man finally got his bull home.
The moral: When you know you're full of bull, keep your mouth shut.
"She is full of bull," he said while greeting retailers at his booth.
Come on, Howie, you bum, you're full of bull, blaming the broads for ending "locker-room high jinks.