horse pucky

horse pucky

1. Foolish, deceitful, bombastic, or arrogant talk. Primarily heard in US. Ah, don't listen to Jem, he's just full of horse pucky.
2. Something that is worthless, terrible, disingenuous, or unfair. Primarily heard in US. This is horse pucky! I'm supposed to be graduating next spring and instead I've got to repeat my senior year! Can you believe this horse pucky? They're trying to charge us double on our insurance just because of that fender bender we had last month!
See also: horse, pucky
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Horse pucky! Any objections to the use of the word tranny are based in classism and anti-sex sentimentality.
"That's absolute horse pucky. Going back to early products, including the first-gen GNS navigators, we realized that it's in Garmin's best interest to interface with as many products as possible.
What has changed is many adult Americans are buying into political horse pucky akin to my dad's ice cream cone logic.
Horse pucky. If it were the economy, the television ratings wouldn't have crashed harder than a rock falling from The Trop's roof.
"Total horse pucky," the Daily Mail quoted Cassidy historian Dan Buck as saying.
That's the one where you open your wine, sniff deeply, smell a sweaty saddle, and all debates about good and bad Brett become instantly irrelevant, because you know in your heart of hearts you've just created a vast red sea of expensive liquid horse pucky.
Within a cocoon of affirming voices, much that is horse pucky slides by unchallenged and unsubstantiated.
That's horse pucky. Maybe the first time you fire a totally unfamiliar firearm it will surprise you, especially if the pull weight is a lot different from what you're used to.
The news media may be forced to pay attention to such horse pucky in its efforts to set the record straight, but the public could drive a stake through the heart of the whole monstrous process by simply refusing to buy the book.
Horse pucky! The developers are asking for a 10-year tax exemption for all residential portions of this proposal, which means for 10 years the rest of us will be paying for all the services, schools and roads that are provided to the 400 new residences for free.
Bush-Cheney will continue to spew large amounts of daily horse pucky from sea to shining sea in their ongoing efforts to deceive us and to pretend their policies have not undermined efforts to eliminate terrorism.
I am surprised that his own party is putting up with this "horse pucky" on the eve of a major election year.