poo-poo


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poo-poo

1. noun An outright dismissal of some argument as being unworthy of consideration or debate. My idea could save the company millions, but I'm still expecting a poo-poo from the board of directors because of how radical it is.
2. verb To dismiss something outright, without any due consideration or debate. Don't poo-poo her idea before she's had the chance to explain the ins and outs of it! He's always poo-pooing his assistant's ideas.
3. noun, childish slang Feces. Please don't touch that diaper, it's full of your sister's poo-poo!
4. verb, childish slang To defecate. Our son came running in from the playroom to tell us he needed to poo-poo. Mommy, Daddy, I poo-pooed in my bed.

poo-poo

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See poo

poo-poo

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It's kind of like business; if you move fast, sometimes poo-poo happens," Herjavec said in June 2012.
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DON'T POO-POO IT: Cllr Jeanette Walker places flags to mark dog mess around Hemlington Lake GOOD IDEA: Cllr Jeanette Walker, on left, Darren and Dawn Matthews with Rufus, and Cllr Nicky Walker, right, with splodge Pictures by KATIE LUNN
I say poo-poo. I was using it to make reservations long before Apple bought it," said Wozniak.
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But here Dr Francesca Stavrakopoulou goes in search of the real site of the Garden of Eden and promises not to poo-poo thousands of years of Christian doctrine by claiming it had tiered decking and a central water feature.
Angry, he called me "poo-poo head." At bedtime he'd say sweetly to my husband, "I love you, Dada," turn to me and say, "I kind of like you."
"Poo-poo," she adds, bravely selecting what she considers to be the rudest swear-word in the vocabulary - and one she knows will elicit a look of disapproval from me.
as common as muck or, if you don't want to be so crude about it, as common as poo-poo') and even the attempts at chatty engagement with teachers result in a forced levity that frequently verges on the patronising ('Go on, you know you want to' and 'We have the same right to language as Shakespeare did, forsooth').
I said: "What do you want me to do, call it poo-poo?" Anyway I did, which led me to suggest that Kirklees could take advantage of the phenomenon by advertising the park as the only place you could play Winnie the Pooh sticks in real poo.
Mercer has been merciless on Black in the past, once, in an October 2006 "rant," that his request to regain his Canadian citizenship has "every man, woman, and child was united and gloating as one." Black had abandoned his Canadian citizenship to become "Lord Poo-Poo of Cross-Dressing."
YOU may find yourself saying poo-poo to what people call art these days.