horseshit


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horseshit

1. n. the dung of the horse. (Usually objectionable.) After the parade, the street was littered with horseshit.
2. n. nonsense; bullshit. (Usually objectionable.) I’ve heard enough of your horseshit!
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The humanist, modernist Joycean epiphany is inaccessible to Russ, as in Helm's writing more generally, in which a poststructuralist subject can only strive toward an awareness of genre in which he is embedded, without achieving the illusion of liberty, clarity, and enlightenment, which become, along with so many other established conventions, so much "gender-locked horseshit."
"The Holocaust is mostly a lot of horseshit," he said.
Eszterhas alleged that Gibson had told him the Holocaust was "mostly a lot of horseshit" and that his intention in making The Maccabees was "to convert the Jews to Christianity.
What I really want to eat right now is something that doesn't taste like horseshit at the cafeteria, which I know is virtually impossible" (male, age 18).
For a television host, it is a "bunch of horseshit" (49).
Horseshit is the essence of merdecratic pragmatism.
You caught some flak from the Black Lips and Psychedelic Horseshit for the antics in Spain and for selling-out the no-fi sound.
On raceday there will be the intoxicating whiff of hoof oil and horseshit, but for now the smell of new-mown grass hangs in the air.
It is a device for scraping the horseshit off your boots before coming into the house, and the iron blade is worn into a shallow curve by a half-century of use.
inexorably rewriting Aaron Spelling's camp horseshit out of the 1980s as the new social reality of teen California, and by cathode extension, the nation at large" (338).
It took us forever, with all the dictionary horseshit. Then I called an Afghan, a Parsi from Afghanistan in St.
You know, I don't care if it's not proper for a Congressional candidate to say: "horseshit." I don't care if it is not a good "tactic" to get kicked out of a Congressional non-impeachment hearing that was just a bunch of horseshit anyway.
In "Monkey Mind," we catch him just mentally rifling, while in "Another Art" he displays his inclination to parody, in this case Elizabeth Bishop's villanelle "One Art." Makuck begins "The art of horseshit isn't hard to master," and with the same painstaking repetition and variation as Bishop, he proceeds to dismantle the virtue of his premise and the consequences of succeeding: "The art of horseshit isn't hard to master, / Though it leads to (I lied!) complete disaster."
Fuller grew up in a small town; his parents were and still are devout Catholics, a faith he calls "horseshit." Yet you don't write a pilot about resurrection (or Joan of Arc, for that matter) without exploring your religious beliefs.
"What a steamy pile of horseshit. All uniforms are horseshit."