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Etymology 1 edit

Spoonerism of bullshit.

Noun edit

shitbull (uncountable)

  1. (vulgar) Bullshit.
    • 1981, Colin Smith, The Cut-Out, page 47:
      'That's shitbull. You can never tell, believe me.'
      'The word's bullshit.'
    • 2012, Bola Agbaje, Belong, page 32:
      Let us cut all the shitbull.
    • 2014 February 3, LeviPetro, “Re: Esperanto TV”, in soc.culture.esperanto[1] (Usenet):
      Elhana's usual shitbull chewing.

Etymology 2 edit

Blend of shit +‎ pit bull.

Noun edit

shitbull (plural shitbulls)

  1. (vulgar, derogatory) A pit bull terrier.
    • 1999 April 23, TICKYUL, “"PITBULL WAS MY BITCH" a true story”, in rec.pets.dogs.breeds[2] (Usenet):
      I went upstairs and got some hamburger and lured pitbull shitbull into my garage.
    • 1999 June 8, The Speedbyrd®, “Re: My Pit Bull”, in alt.pets.dogs.pitbull[3] (Usenet):
      Better than to have bred and kept shitbulls.
    • 2001 February 7, boobp...@my-deja.com, “Re: Good ambassador for pitbulldom”, in rec.pets.dogs.breeds[4] (Usenet):
      Forth,[sic] I know for a fact that the shitbull that twice attacked my dog (and subsequently tried to eat my hands) was not raised by scummy people, was not trained to attack, didn't hang from a tire in some ghetto front yard, and seems quite friendly.
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