holy crap


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holy crap

A mildly indecent exclamation of surprise, shock, or astonishment. Holy crap, the bill for that dinner is nearly $200! We won the lottery? Holy crap, that's amazing news!
See also: crap, holy
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As seen on the CBC's original hit series 'Dragon's Den', Holy Crap offers four distinct SKU's all of which contain certified organic, non-GMO, kosher and gluten free ingredients such as hemp seed, buckwheat, chia seeds, and gluten-free oats.
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Holy crap, the last time I remember my right arm being so tired, (climbing the Lhotse face of my Everest expedition) trying to keep my bike up, and sometimes at an angle, from crashing as the wind gusted at me from all directions." A number of competitors and spectators from the island cheered Guller onwards - it was great motivation to keep this one-armed athlete pushing to the end of the bike course.
And there were some tweets from, I think, AnonOps, saying things like, 'Holy crap! We were only able to impact it for a few seconds.'"
Before we get to the games, holy crap guys Taylor Mays scored an amazing touchdown yesterday!
Cead Mile Failte Tiger, hous the missus?" Obama thinks: "Holy crap, Mick Jagger's really let himself go."
Zaarath, 37, an accountant for Remy Martin, said: "When you see it, the first thing you say is, 'Holy crap, this place is small'.
I was like, "Holy crap! That's it!" That's exactly how we relate to one another in online communities: We let [people] in and [whuffie] grows.
She squeezes her gym bag to her chest and says, "Holy crap."
Max Dobens, an associate broker at Prudential Douglas Elliman, has termed his strategy "holy crap pricing."
Having calmed down and pondered the question a bit more, I thought: Holy crap, you are nuts!