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- adjective slang
depressed, weak, or worthless.
- noun slang
excrement; also spelled poopie.
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If by lame you mean hysterically funny, like the time I took pictures of your sister and put it on youporn. com eating a girls poopy from a cup.
Set me free chemicalzoo yr like a little kid who says poopy to get a rise out his parents. but what this stupid little shit doesn't understand is that his parents have heard the word poopy a million times and it's lost all shock value.
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Phil Connors: Does he have to use the word 'poopy'?
"[Students] have become ultra-efficient in test preparation. And this hyper-efficiency has led them to look for a magic formula to get high scores.”
Her childcare workers earn much higher yearly salaries than those of the women taking care of my son, and believe me, for the kind of poopy diaper work they do, they should be paid better than those bank CEO's who got us into this whole mortgage-backed security doo doo in the first place.
However, a curse upon the perpetrator so that "poopy," while technically accurate, doesn't even begin to address the enormity of the problem.
They have a few diminutive words for it, the equivalent of "poopy" or "doo-doo" or something I guess.
And also work was kind of poopy, but that's nothing new.
Last entry was "poopy," as Heather would say, so here is a new one: an interim one, because my notes about the Guster show are at home.
But I think brown walls always look kind of poopy, so maybe my advice is no good.
All you eighth graders out there best heed his words, lest you dribble a trail of poop out of class like some kind of poopy Hansel and Gretl.
GeekyMonkey commented on the word poopy
1. Containing or resembling excrement
June 8, 2009