Definition of a crapper
Citation from "Th P.A.", The Larry Sanders Show (TV), Season 4 Episode 7 blacked out to resolve Google's penalty against this site.
Last edited on Feb 07 2011. Submitted by Adam from Los Angeles, CA, USA
on Aug 15 2007.
This world in going into the crapper.
Last edited on Feb 07 2011. Submitted by Anonymouse from Cincinnati, OH, USA
on Dec 23 2008.
Slang terms with the same meaning
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Other terms relating to 'crap':
|Definitions include: bird feces.|
|Definitions include: the noun senses of "crap" are mostly a subset of the uses of "shit."|
|Definitions include: to mistreat.|
|Definitions include: something or someone that continually defecates.|
|Definitions include: something in which there will be a lot of crap involved.|
|Definitions include: many or much.|
|Definitions include: Originated from crap, means to be in a big pile of shit.|
|Definitions include: "Oh crap", that sucks, bummer. (Similar to "shitballs")|
|Definitions include: To break or quit.|
|Definitions include: the quality of being crappy.|
|Definitions include: bad or displeasing.|
|Definitions include: something with an unpredictable outcome.|
|Definitions include: a junky car|
|Definitions include: A person who is jerk, asshole, butt munch, etc.|
|Definitions include: to cease nonsense, lies, or undesirable behavior.|
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