from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A small rounded pile of cow excrement.
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- n. A single small pile of cow excrement.
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- n. fecal matter of a cow
July 8, 2007: "Development: Against the 'cowpie' attitude"
Thomas suggested that the term "refers to the so-called cowpie splat made by bovine waste when it hits the ground" (Turd Blossom to Ride Again!,
Funnier that cowpie saying he has his own jet is him saying he does charity work.
The following is not going to matter to the dimwits in the mainstream media who are apparently attracted to their boneheaded political correctness like maggots to a cowpie, but here goes:
Unfortunately wottop, I have the sneaky suspicion that Dook will crawl out from under this past season's blue-fly cowpie.
That plus the number Mack Brown did on UNC football makes TX. somewhat 'non grata', but I say let bygones be bygones and root the cowpie horn-steer over the dookies.
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Compared to a similar-sized town like New Brunswick, Plainfield is as flat as a cowpie.
A cowpie the size of a dinner plate was deposited right in front of my desk.
I could get a mark to step in a cowpie and call it clover.
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