Green’s Dictionary of Slang

poop n.2

[SE poop, echoic of the report of a gun and thus the sound of defecation]

1. the act of breaking wind.

[UK]Bridges Homer Travestie (1764) II 10: Thou fighting female, Jove’s own daughter, / Who no man ever saw make water! / Who never let a single poop, / Perfum’d thy petticoats or hoop!
[US] ‘The Castration of the Strawberry Roan’ in G. Logsdon Whorehouse Bells Were Ringing (1995) 95: Old Strawberry’s ready, he lets out a poop.

2. (orig. US) rubbish, tripe, nonsense.

[Ire]J. O’Keeffe Wild Oats (1792) 5: Sheer off with your sanctified poop.
[US]J.W. Bishop ‘Amer. Army Speech’ in AS XXI:4 Dec. 251: Poop. Directives, staff studies, standard operating procedures, technical manuals, general orders, circulars, command letters, etc., etc., etc.
[UK](con. 1944) A. Myrer Big War 288: You ought to eat something [...] keep your strength up and all that poop.
[UK]Observer Rev. 29 Aug. 9: This was sheer bloody poop.

3. (also poopee, poopy) excrement, an act of defecation.

[US]‘J.M. Hall’ Anecdota Americana I 143: But I dinna feel richt, I’m tellin’ ye. At the foorth hole I left a poop.
[US] ‘Citadel Gloss.’ in AS XIV:1 Feb. 29/2: poop sheet, n. Delinquency list. Archaic.
[UK]R. Llewellyn None But the Lonely Heart 140: He was a little bit of poop what you kicked about.
[Aus]B. Humphries Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 43: If you don’t mind the water or the poop on the pavement England is a very nice place.
[Aus]J. Wynnum I’m a Jack, All Right 45: Turkey poop must be a pretty potent brew, because it took off half the paintwork.
[US]E. Thompson Garden of Sand (1981) 54: I got to do poopee, too.
[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular 84: excretion. [...] poopy.
[Aus]B. Humphries Barry McKenzie [comic strip] in Complete Barry McKenzie (1988) 120: There’s old Trafalgar himself up there amongst the pigeon poop.
[Aus]N. Keesing Lily on the Dustbin 48: One child ‘does its business’ talks of ‘binnie one’ or ‘binnie two’ or ‘number one’ and ‘number two’, and another ‘makes cackie’, or ‘poop’.
[Aus]E. George ‘The Evidence Exposed’ Evidence Exposed (1999) 25: I ask him what he’s going to learn from putting monkey poop under a microscope.
[Aus]Aus. Word Map [Internet] poopy [...] 2. poo: I did a big poopy yesterday and it was smelly.
[US]J. Stahl I, Fatty 69: Society swells whose carpets I’d waltzed on with poop on my shoes.
[UK]Guardian 7 July [Internet] Composting worms in her bathroom, turning ‘poop’ into fertile soil.
[US]J. Stahl OG Dad 16: Better man up, Shlomo, cause a loveable four-limbed poop-grenade is about to blow up your life.
[US]D. Winslow ‘The San Diego Zoo’ in Broken 143: ‘Even though they [i.e. chimps] do throw their poop at me sometimes’.

4. see poop-chute

In compounds

poop-bag (n.)

a colostomy bag.

[US]J. Stahl ‘Pure’ in Love Without 166: Now I’m packin’ a poop-bag . . . For all I know, I’m goin’ right now!
poopbutt (n.)

see separate entry.

poop-chute (n.) (also poophole, poopshoot)

the anus.

[US]B. Rodgers Queens’ Vernacular 19: the rectal opening, anus [...] poop-hole (‘Why ask me for money. Fort Knox isn’t up my poop-hole’).
[US]Frank Zappa ‘I’m So Cute’ [lyrics] Don’t fool yourself, girl, it’s going right up your poopchute.
[US]R. Klein Jailhouse Jargon and Street Sl. [unpub. ms.].
[US]‘Jennifer Blowdryer’ Modern English 70: anal orifice (n): [...] Poop Shoot.
[US]J. Sack Company C 16: We don’t want Abdul to stand up and put some rounds up Russell’s poop-chute.
[US]Alt. Eng. Dict. [Internet] poopshoot (noun, count) anal canal. Not a common term.
[US]‘Bill E. Goodhead’ Nubile Treat [Internet] ‘Okay,’ Nell said, ‘I think I’d like to give it a whirl. Fuck my ass!’ ‘Fine. But what can I use to grease my rod? It’ll be too tight for your poop chute.’.
[US]J. Stahl Plainclothes Naked (2002) 90: I got a sore poop-chute says you’re not exactly nor-male, yourself.
[US]T. Robinson Rough Trade [ebook] The last thing you wanted [...] was to get ‘got,’ since what you ‘got’ was a twelve-gauge poopchute.
poophead (n.) [-head sfx (1)]

(US campus) a fool, a dullard.

[US]G. Underwood ‘Razorback Sl.’ in AS L:1/2 64: poophead n Person regarded as dull or stupid.
[Aus]T. Winton That Eye, The Sky 121: I go for runs in the morning to get ready for being called a poofter and being told by old poopheads to cut my hair.
[US](con. c.1970) G. Hasford Phantom Blooper 235: Sissie nods, not understanding. ‘Okay, you ol’ poop-head. I promise it’ll just be our secret.’.
[US]L. Lowry Zooman Sam 5: He felt like the biggest, dumbest poophead in the world.
[US]N.T. Hays A Toss of the Dice 80: You’re a shitty poophead.
poop stick (n.) [stick n. (2b)]

an unpleasant, priggish person.

[UK]A.A. Baumann Last Victorians 214: A fellow-passenger [...] to whom he confided that ‘old Sarum was a poop-stick’ and ‘Balfour was a funker’.
[US]P. MacDonald Rope to Spare 100: You make me sick [...] Let a little poop-stick like that walk all over you!
[US]Sat. Review XIV 25/2: Scholars have observed how Æneas grows; he starts as somewhat of a poop-stick, pious, with correct attitudes towards his father.

In phrases

take a poop (v.)

to defecate.

[US]Baker et al. CUSS 175: Poop, take a defecate.
[US]B. Ethier Fly me to the Moon 63: That means the baby took a poop.
[US]M. McCarty Dark Duets 132: That way if he took a poop, she’d only have to rinse him off.