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(as) rare as rocking horse poo

vulgar slang Extremely rare or unlikely; all but, or most likely, impossible or non-existent. Primarily heard in Ireland. An honest person in politics? Yeah, that's as rare as rocking horse poo. I'm sorry to say, but the part this engine needs is rare as rocking horse poo. They haven't manufactured these in nearly 50 years!
See also: horse, poo, rare, rocking

icky-poo

(ˈɪkipu)
1. mod. disgusting. I don’t like all this icky-poo talk.
2. exclam. Nasty! (Usually Icky-poo!) Oh, icky-poo! I missed my bus!

poo

1. and poo-poo n. fecal material. (see also poop. Mostly juvenile. Usually objectionable.) Don’t step in that dog poo!
2. in. to defecate. (Usually objectionable.) That old dog pooed on our lawn.
3. n. nonsense. (see also poo(h)-poo(h).) I’ve heard enough of your poo.
4. n. champagne. (From shampoo.) How about another glass of poo?
5. Go to poo(h)-poo(h).

poo-poo

verb
See poo

poo(h)-poo(h)

(ˈpuˈpu)
tv. to belittle someone or something. He tends to pooh-pooh things he doesn’t understand.

pooh-pooh

verb

poo-poo

verb

go poo-poo

To defecate.
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Talk to your child about if their tummy feels funny before a poo and try and help them understand their body's cues for the loo.
Instead tell off the offending wee or poo - together.
Poos should glide out smoothly, be light to medium brown, cause no discomfort, and be in one long shape.
The colour, consistency and smell of our poo and wee can be early signs of whether there's something wrong with us
As you know our dogs contributed to the war effort by depositing white poo which was easy to see in the dark.
She didn't have the advantage then of the German children's book on poo recognition, 'The Little Mole Who Wanted To Know Who'd Done A Poo On His Head'.
Poos discovers similarities and distinctions, but he argues that, on the whole, resemblances outweigh contrasts.
Thus, despite having only enigmatic and widely scattered materials to work with, Poos quite successfully demonstrates his principal thesis: that between 1300 and about 1650 "the normative rules of individual demographic behaviour persisted broadly unchanged across the medieval/early-modern divide".
There are, indeed, some risks inherent in using data from different sources and different dates, but Poos is so restrained and cautious in his conclusions and criticisms that it is hard to disagree with them.
In discussing the stipends of the famuli, Poos does not put a cash value on the grain deliveries they received; these deliveries were worth much more than what they were paid in money (though, in the fifteenth century, with the cash element rising and grain prices falling, the gap narrowed).
If the poo goes into the toilet, a message relating to the importance of sanitation or clean water supplies is flashed up.
Poos is responsible for Kerr-McGee's banking, cash management, financial services and pension and savings plan investments.
Poos holds a bachelor of science degree in business administration from Oklahoma State University and is a certified public accountant.