Used to express disdain or disbelief.(interjection)
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Use "pooh" in a sentence
"Trying to convince people that a steaming pile of pooh is actually a souffle can't be an easy job .... but at least he does not have to come up with the program – chairman limbaigh takes care of that part for the rnc these days. tee"
"Just hopped by to baking obsession and am totally in love with those wonderful cakkeys …. .the winnie de pooh is awesome …. am so in love …."
"The various civil actions that must follow will enmesh BA up to their eyeballs in pooh for ages to come. perhaps they might like to try competing with the likes of Ryanair and Easyjet for a change instead of using their preferential position at Heathrow to cheat their customers."