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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.

    'Last Dancer': Ultimately on Point

  • He was cultured from the piss puddle on a big cowflop.

    McCain Camp Misspells His Name In Web Ad

  • 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.

    Archive 2007-08-01

  • I kneeled, got behind him, we got ready, picked out a good-sized cowflop and vaporized it.

    How Much Kick Can You Take?

  • 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.

    View from the Northern Border

  • A cowflop of a weapon has elicited all sorts of bull in response.

    Coping Strategies

  • The public policy theory that has caused this debacle, "trickle-down economics," is a pile of Wisconsin cowflop.

    The Full Feed from

  • You only get a handful of worms in the film, and only a single close-up of a fresh cowflop.

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  • It's not so easy for them to tell the difference between what is likely and what is cowflop. News

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