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I like to use "poop" instead ...

Question: I like to use "poop" instead of "scoop." Example: "What's the latest poop on Lost?" If anything, it's a heck of a lot better than "prattle."Answer: I'm game if you are. Poop, there it is!

Michael Ausiello

Question: I like to use "poop" instead of "scoop." Example: "What's the latest poop on Lost?" If anything, it's a heck of a lot better than "prattle."

Answer: I'm game if you are. Poop, there it is!