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- n. The act of a wave (or other vessel) striking the stern of a vessel.
- v. Present participle of poop.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act or shock of striking a vessel's stern by a following wave or vessel.
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If prodigious pooping is possible, then I think both Kendra and I should go on the fast … since we are both known for our deficiencies in defecating.
"How I Met Your Mother" where they call pooping at work "reading a magazine" ...
There was a moment of horror, but it was soon replaced by glee at the idea of pooping it out.
Another clanger, which is called pooping, is of a character that one who is ignorant of the might of the ocean when aroused, would not be apt to foresee.
I had suggested "pooping" a rifle grenade into a German post where we had seen heads moving. "just as 'ee like, zit," said the sergeant, scratching his head, "but once 'ee start doing that kind of thing,' ee'll get zummit back, zee?."
I don’t know…that sharp end makes me quite opposed to the notion of pooping gold.
That and the story of a beautiful woman who was stolen away and almost turned in to a fish before 'pooping' copper and being rescued to live forever as a bear is proof those gus were smoking something funny.
It's nice watching them, but there's a problem: they're "pooping" on the fire escape and on the window ledges.
But what should one expect coming from the same guy who remarked on Jason Bay's being present for his wife's "pooping" out their second child.
And you have to love Sarah Silverman's quip about herpes and "pooping".
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