One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Excrement.‘dog dookie’figurative ‘we're in some deep dookie, folks’
- ‘That's a giant bucket of steaming dookie.’
- ‘Their mud- and dookie-slinging only ended up boomeranging.’
- ‘Last night the team looked like pan-fried dookie.’
- ‘The software is dookie and has low replay value or nostalgia.’
- ‘I will give them credit for their large portions, but that matters little when the food tastes like dookie.’
- ‘It was whispered that this mystery man had walked into a dealership, spotted a dookie brown, two-door, convertible coupe, and plopped down fifty stacks for it.’
- ‘He's looking like dookie but you have to remember, the guy isn't even close to 100%.’
- ‘The only thing I caught up there was bird dookie.’
- ‘New research has uncovered an unlikely culprit: guano, or as we prefer to call it, bird dookie.’
1960s: origin unknown.
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