A handy, all-purpous phrase that can be used in any context when one is unsure what to say.
A: "I have to see my son's principla today."
B: "Oooh, sounds like there's a fire in the mountains."
A: "Where have you been!?"
B: "There was a fire in the mountains."
A: "I really like this photo!"
B: "There's definitely a fire in the mountains."
Primarily British word meaning "nonsense".
Origin: Coined by Karl Pilkington in 2010 during the Ricky Gervais Guide To... podcast series. Thought to have been confused with "codswallop".
"I think that's a load of boswollocks."
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