poppycock


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I know you can't compare a human life to that of an animal but come on, Mr Potts (It's Purple Poppycock, 03.
The 62-year-old singer said on his website: "I'm sure the majority of you saw this tale for what it was anyway - poppycock.
ALAN PILBEAM (local MD of First) talks a load of poppycock when he says (Examiner July 15) "we have reluctantly decided to increase some of our fares.
Scientists may like to know the etymology of the word poppycock - it is derived from the Middle Dutch pappe and kak, meaning "soft dung".
But Mr Weightman said: "This is all poppycock, all for the sake of one word.
The excuse that they don't have enough space in local authority buildings is nothing but poppycock and deserves to be laughed out of court.
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A retired Army major who served with the Gurkhas,he's also a military historian who leads tours around important wartime sites,and whose book, Mud,Blood and Poppycock,offered a radical re- appraisal of the British Army's activities during World War I.
And as for his puerile poppycock about players needing to recharge their batteries - they'd only swan off to Malaysia after Christmas and play a series of meaningless but lucrative friendlies while clubs went to the wall back home.
The writer also calls the right to bear arms poppycock.
Someone is talking poppycock and that annoys me because that's my job.
Your recent rebanding of Plaid Cymru is all poppycock.
He described arguments from ministers including Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott as poppycock.