a small, but highly significant, payload of poop or 'turdulation' which is expelled, emitted, dropped, pitched, left, released, extruded, or otherwise de-ass-ified from one's rear 'port'.
Always firm (or it would be called a 'poop toothpaste' or a 'poop ribbon', it is usually deep chocolate brown in color and highly aromatic in a thoroughly barfulated manner.
It is sometimes used as a name of deep affection or admiration.
I just dropped a poop nugget.
I have contributed many poop nuggets to the local ecology.
Oy, there's a poop nugget in my socks!
You are quite a poop nugget, Mr. President.
(In French accent like Pepe LePew) Mah darleeng, you are such a beautiful poupe nougat! I am mahd for you, ma petite poopoux!
An acronym created by Dr. Sidney B. Simon, professor of Education, retired from the Univ. of Massachusetts. His activity, I Am Lovable And Capable, was developed to help children not put themselves down and learn to value themselves. He later wrote a book by that title. The activity has become so popular that so many people have 'borrowed' it (read "plagiarized") that they've separated his name and authorship from the material. He is still actively conducting trainings all over the US. Because the metaphor in the exercise is a SIGN with the IALAC letters on it, people say, "He ripped my sign" when they mean "he hurt my feelings."