11oz BULL S#it mug
A blatant lie, a fragrant untruth, an obvious falicy. Or, the excriment of cattle.
"I smell something... Is it dog? No... Is it horse? No... I know. Its BULLSHIT!" Poorly quoted "Only fools and horses" Well, the concept is right.
1) noun. Stuff that is made up for the purpose of placating someone, or passing an exam, or getting elected to office. Most often false or ridiculous. 2) verb. To generate bullshit. 3) interjection. Accusing someone of bullshitting. 4) adjective. Identifying or suspecting something as bullshit. In all usages, the term can be shortened to "bull" or "BS".
1) My essay was complete bullshit. 2) Man, I gotta learn to bullshit properly if I want to pass this English exam. 3) "I was sick all last week!" "Bullshit!" 4) That is such a bullshit answer.
A male cow's poop.
Gross! I just stepped in some bullshit in the cow pasture!
#bullshit #cow #bull #shit #moo
1. An obvious lie 2. A game, in which at least 3 players, pref. 4 or more participate. Each player is dealt as close to the same amount of the deck as possible. The players then take turns laying one or more cards of the same rank down. The rank increases as the play goes around. For example, 4 players are playing. Player 1 lays down 2 Aces, player 2 lays down 3 twos, player 3 lays down 1 three. Player two, however, believes player 3 had no threes, and calls out "bullshit". Player 3, in fact, had not laid down a three, but a king. Player 3 must pick up the cards laid down thus far. Had player two been wrong, he would have had to pick those cards up. Player four then lays down 2 fours, and the play continues until every player but one is rid of their cards. The first out wins, second is second place, etc.
1. "So then I met Bill Gates and he gave me 2 billion dollars..." 2. "I'm bored. Wanna play BS?" "Sure, why not?"
Bullshit is a common English expletive which may be shortened to the euphemism bull or the initialism BS. In British English, "bollocks" is a comparable expletive. It is mostly a slang profanity term meaning "nonsense", especially as a rebuke in response to communication or actions viewed as deceptive, misleading, disingenuous, unfair or false. As with many expletives, the term can be used as an interjection, or as many other parts of speech, and can carry a wide variety of meanings. A person who communicates nonsense on a given subject may be referred to as a "bullshit artist".
The earliest attestation mentioned by the Concise Oxford English Dictionary is in fact T. S. Eliot, who between 1910 and 1916 wrote an early poem to which he gave the title "The Triumph of Bullshit", written in the form of a ballade. The word bullshit does not appear in the text of the poem, and Eliot himself never published the poem.