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  • "poopypants" and check the stats on each of those separate, or the cache as a whole:

    ASP.NET Weblogs

  • Intelligence sources tell me he's being called 'liar "and' poopypants 'and' liar, liar poopypants on fire 'which I find especially egregious and perhaps even actionable.

    News for Waynesboro News Virginian

  • One time a chocolate pudding exploded during this lunchbag sabotage ritual, coating Jamie's jeans, and backfiring on him as the rest of the children called him poopypants for the next month.

    Dinosaur

  • OK, I will admit my mind went here: Wow, what a big-baby poopypants.

    A-Ha! Extroversion for Introverts « Looking for Roots

  • A few drops of Visine in their coffee/drink and they really will have the poopypants.

    The Story of a Fierce Bad Agent

  • Because he is a petulant 5 year old who looks like a turtle and is a poopypants.

    Matthew Yglesias » Tim Pawlenty’s Deficit Fraud

  • Because the bloggers almost unanimously agreed that — despite the embarassment — depicting poopypants as a mental cripple would be uncivil.

    Matthew Yglesias » Early Warning

  • I can call the president a poopypants right here in public, in front of God and everybody, and not fear punishment.

    Balkinization

  • February 17, 2004 poopypants me holding Sean, 1971

    found while packing

  • So the next time you think about calling someone 'liar' or 'poopypants' or some other tomfoolery you might instead want to reach out and fist bump this young patriot and say, 'Thank you, (child's name here), thank you for helping protect our way of life.'

    News for Waynesboro News Virginian

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