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Does anyone know where the word "poop" originated from? this isn't a joke or anything. I was just curious.
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"poop" comes from the Middle English word poupen or popen, and it originally meant "fart." The word was based on the sound of a fart. According to Robert Chapman, author of American Slang, "poop" came into use with its current meaning around 1900.
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"poop" comes from the Middle English word poupen or popen, and it originally meant "fart." The word was based on the sound of a fart. According to Robert Chapman, author of American Slang, "poop" came into use with its current meaning around 1900.


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Quote by tuluks
"poop" comes from the Middle English word poupen or popen, and it originally meant "fart." The word was based on the sound of a fart. According to Robert Chapman, author of American Slang, "poop" came into use with its current meaning around 1900.

Wow, who'd have thought poop's origin would have gone that far back?

thanks!
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Quote by tuluks
"poop" comes from the Middle English word poupen or popen, and it originally meant "fart." The word was based on the sound of a fart. According to Robert Chapman, author of American Slang, "poop" came into use with its current meaning around 1900.


did you seriously take the time to look that up? or did you all ready know?..why did you all ready know?

haha. to you though
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"poop" comes from the Middle English word poupen or popen, and it originally meant "fart." The word was based on the sound of a fart. According to Robert Chapman, author of American Slang, "poop" came into use with its current meaning around 1900.



That's a serious answer in a clearly un-serious thread.

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hahaa well like i always wanted to know where the term pussy came from to be slang for vagina? does anyone know that one?