whoopsie

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whoopsie

(ˈwʊpsɪ)
n
1. a piece of excrement, esp one left by a pet
2. an embarrassing mistake
[C20: from whoops]
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Jack is trying to be the Scott Brown of Rangers but he's as hard as one of Hoopy Huddle Hound's whoopsies.
For this study, I have included whoopsy, whoopsies, oopsy, oopsies, owie, ouchies and wowie (along with orthographic variants) due to frequency.
Likewise, the top words for whoopsies were WHOOPSIES
Interjections that have the diminutive -y/-ie (or plural (2) -ies) suffix, such as whoopsie, wowie and owie, occur extremely rarely in most written sources.
She added: "We also do a good trade in milk chocolate lambs' and dragons' whoopsies.
Then, continuing the catalogue of whoopsies in the pursuit of convincing us we are all in this together, our Prime Minister, Mr Caterpillar, thought everyone would like to see what the G8ers would be enjoying for dinner - promptly tweeting a menu featuring Kilkeel crab, prawn and avocado salad, roast fillet and braised shin of Kettyle beef - with violet artichokes - and apple crumble, with whiskey custard.
The comments he made on dog mess are true enough but he should have also mentioned the fact that Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire have no facilities to dispose of their share of the tonnes of whoopsies produced by puppy farm dogs each day.
They contain everything from a request for soft toilet paper because an ambassador suffered from piles to the problems posed by the official Home Office cat who as well as performing its duties as a mouser also did whoopsies in unlikely places.
Perhaps if the Frenchman hadn't made so many whoopsies near the end of his Anfield tenure, he would be a shoo-in for the recently-vacated Fratton Park hot seat.
We'd see plenty of big splashes and instead of a pooper scooper we'd need a JCB to whisk away their whoopsies.
And whatever Hutton says about Blair's role in the naming of weapons expert Dr David Kelly, the smart money is still on the government's Frank Spencer, Hoon, taking most of the whoopsies.
As pooch patrols tread (carefully) the pavements of Grangetown looking for what Frank Spencer used to call whoopsies, I see there's a debate on whether dogs and cats make it to heaven.