Day 2883: Poop

If you want the poop/scoop on why I’ve chosen today’s title, here’s one reason why:

Here‘s the poop on “poop” from Merriam-Webster:

poop noun (1)
Definition of poop
1 informal : FECES, EXCREMENT
As a brand-new father, a new substance plays a big role in my life: poop.
— Scott Kramer
As the years go by, there’s trouble in paradise, and it isn’t just the ubiquitous goose poop.
— Katherine Lanpher
2 informal : the act of defecating
I have a complaint against dog owners that take their dogs for a walk but do not take a bag, then let their dog stop by people’s mailboxes and take a poop.
— Billie Johnston


poop
intransitive verb

slang : to become exhausted
poop out


poop
slang
: INFORMATION, SCOOP

If you check the definition of “poop” at Merriam-Webster, you’ll see that I left out some poop there. These days, there’s only so much poop I can take.

Do you see any poop in my other photos from yesterday?

I wonder how much poop we’ll have to deal with in 2021?!

Today is November 22, a day which usually makes me feel like poop (and you can get the poop on that here, here, here, here, here, here, here, and here). I guess I’ve gotten my poop together over the years, because I feel like the opposite of poop today.

What IS the opposite of poop? According to wordhippo.com, the opposite of poop includes

  • calm
  • delight
  • cheer
  • help
  • cure
  • being
  • philosopher
  • genius
  • sage
  • learned woman
  • wise woman
  • old soul.

Here’s “Whose Poop is It?” by JunyTony:

Here’s the poop about all the poop songs I found on YouTube: all have comments turned off. However, comments for this poop post are NOT turned off, so — if you’re not too pooped — please share your thoughts and feelings, below.

Thanks to all who help me share the latest poop in this daily blog, including YOU!

Categories: 2020 U.S. Presidential election, definition, heart condition, life during the pandemic, personal growth, photojournalism, Trump stickers | Tags: , , , , , | 15 Comments

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15 thoughts on “Day 2883: Poop

  1. An interesting poop song.
    Perhaps, now the US will adopt the British slang word trump:

    In British slang “to trump” (intransitive verb) also means to expel gas through the anus — e.g. Trumped from eating too many baked beans — often in a highly audible way (as in with trailing sound).

  2. I keep meaning to look up “poop” to see if it has a nautical origin with the aft of a ship, and maybe there’s even a connection to Rimbaud’s poem “Le Coeur Supplicié”, the first line of which is “Mon triste coeur bave à la poupe”.
    The main thing, though, is that whenever my wife and I take our dogs anywhere we always pick up after them because leaving their poop for someone else would be a crappy thing to do.

  3. puella33

    I was thinking that Biden will have to pick up Trump’s poop- he’ll be leaving such a deliberate mess. Have a nice day, Ann

  4. Debbie T

    I’m glad you’re feeling so many positive feelings today!

  5. Although most everyone feels pooped out by what happened, Dr. Harley is ready to conference with you about philosophical matters and even matters of the heart. That’s right, Dr. Harley has a Phd in psychology too.

  6. as Kurt Cobain once said, “if you’re a really mean person, you’re going to come back as a fly and eat poop.”

  7. I think by the end of January the “poop” will begin to hit the proverbial fan. Who knows what will be uncovered by the Biden administration. With so many norms gutted by the current occupant, it’s likely to be a “poop-fest” of reveals!

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