According to the New Oxford America, Dictionary, the primary meaning of crap
is "something that is of extremely poor quality.
And I used to make a lot of money, when I first started, just playing gap and crap
And when she and "Mama" Morton yodel a duet about the lack of class in their modern world, they lament in raunchy lyrics, "Holy crap
, holy crap
Once you admit affiliation," he complains, "you get into all that Stalinist crap
The answer was to call in Joe Shoemaker, hardnosed Republican state legislator, a lawyer and ex-Navy man who, as he says of himself, doesn't take any crap
or stepped in the police horse crap
on the pavement".
So many people are carping about the Band Aid record saying it's crap
, the singing's awful and it reinforces "patronising and offensive cliches" about Africa.
I would never say or do the crap
they are reporting.
You can read and weed through the crap
to discover there's no real formula there to make it all work.
If she can put up with the lies and crap
that comes with it she should do well.
This obsession, rife among the middle-classes as well as in lower socio-economic environs, dictates that we buy crap
, we eat crap
, and the crap
we don't eat (because it's crap
), we throw away with the rest of the crap
I wanted to stay with the old style, instead of this bullshit, fuckin' Grateful Dead-soundin', crap
I'm used to hearing crap
and, when they first told me about Cullum, I thought he'd be no different,' said the swing-smoocher.
The German-produced favourite was named the ``crappest car'' in Britain in a new book entitled Crap
That (Monty) Python got picked up by Americans made me think that my stuff should get picked up by Americans - if I was open and talked crap
but sensible crap
with some interesting ideas behind it.