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- Piggy doo-doo emits a distinctive scent.
- Anyone caught publishing or distributing the game is in big doo-doo.
- Had it not been for the batting contributions of the duo in the first innings England would have been in the doo-doo and likely staring at a 2-0 deficit in the series.
- Mitchell claimed that pigeon doo-doo was attracting flies and posing a ‘health hazard’ to nearby residents.
- He knows deep doo-doo when he smells it.
- But away from the camera, off the comfy sofa and behind the sincere smiles, their marriage is deep in doo-doo.
- But if all or many consumers start trying to save more, the economy will be in deep doo-doo.
- You suddenly realise their doo-doo stinks too.
- Maybe he was just being hygiene conscious because he knew how much doggy doo-doo we'd walked in during our daily adventures.
- History is littered with resolute men whose faith and conviction got them into deep doo-doo.
- My bet is that somebody is going to be in deep doo-doo over this.
- Just why the two have been shipped off to Alaska is soon made obvious, (they're in deep doo-doo back home), but things quickly go from bad to worse for the veteran cop when his plan to trap the killer goes horribly wrong.
- I'd have really landed in the doo-doo if you hadn't called.
- As we report in our story on page 1, it is now threatened with de-listing from Nasdaq, which would leave more shareholders in deep doo-doo.
- You'd have to admire him for having the courage to have his say, even if he knows full well that he's going to land in deep doo-doo for saying it.