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See also: shit show



From shit +‎ show.


shitshow (plural shitshows)

  1. Alternative form of shit show
    • 2018 October 18, Peter Walker, quoting Johnny Mercer, “Leading Tory backbencher hits out at May's government”, in The Guardian[1]:
      [Johnny] Mercer was blunter still about the current government, despite calling himself “inherently a team player”. “But when you go home from here on a Thursday and go for a run across Dartmoor or whatever, and you’re stripped to your core being, I mean, yeah, you realise it’s a shitshow,” he said.
    • 2019 April 1, Philip Oltermann, quoting Michael Roth, “UK 'silver spoon' cabinet will escape Brexit fallout, says German minister”, in The Guardian[2]:
      At the Social Democratic party’s (SPD) conference on Saturday, Michael Roth dispensed with diplomatic etiquette to condemn what he called the “big shitshow” of Brexit.
    • 2021 January 10, Toby Helm, “Baffling Brexit rules threaten export chaos, Gove is warned”, in The Guardian[3]:
      One leading figure involved in the talks with Gove described the new rule book as a "complete shitshow".