Results for: Poppycock

In Word and Phrase Origins

What is the origin of the word poppycock?

First cited 1865, probable origin dialectic Dutch pappekak , from Middle Dutch pappe 'soft dung' + kak from the Latin cacare 'to excrete'
In Word and Phrase Origins

Where did poppycock come from?

poppycock means horse feathers in dutch, so basically when someone says poppycock they are talking ben sherman bubbles, ok.
In Entertainment & Arts

What is Prince Poppycock doing now?

O ur lovely Prince is probably at his house, sipping some champagne on his rainbow bed with diamonds and counting unicorns so he can can fall asleep and dream of la la l (MORE)