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“And the great Maggie Smith, as a dotty old dame named Mrs. Docherty, grabs her moment of unglory by sitting on a pad of cowflop that goes squish.”
“He was cultured from the piss puddle on a big cowflop.”
“A&P, the financially trouble supermarket chain, has stepped in a public relations cowflop over the unorthodox role of their veggies in a YouTube flick.”
“I kneeled, got behind him, we got ready, picked out a good-sized cowflop and vaporized it.”
“I'd note that "Bart" here, after complaining so long and so mightily about the "ad hominem" of Dowd and the lack of specifics, slings around the "perjury! perjury!" cowflop with nary a supporting argument (and even against the weight of undisuted events such as the failure of even the impeachment on the second "perjury" article).”
“The 1958 original was dull, but this humorless cowflop was even worse.”
“A cowflop of a weapon has elicited all sorts of bull in response.”
“The public policy theory that has caused this debacle, "trickle-down economics," is a pile of Wisconsin cowflop.”
“You only get a handful of worms in the film, and only a single close-up of a fresh cowflop.”
“It's not so easy for them to tell the difference between what is likely and what is cowflop.”
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