@Ghol: Excuse my excessive posting, but I found the following (at http://starbulletin.com/96/04/22/features/mem...
[...] Yesterday I accidentally read a report concerning Queen Elizabeth's youngest son. Before I could stop myself, I came across the this line:
"We are forever being told we have a rigid class structure. That's a load of codswallop," Prince Edward said.
As someone who is always on the lookout for new and exciting words, this was just a fantastic discovery. Codswallop! What a great word! I didn't even know what it meant. But I decided it would become a part of my verbal arsenal. That's a load of codswallop! I practiced it. I couldn't wait to use it. And then I realized I better find out what it means. We don't have any Limeys in the newsroom, so I went to the closest thing we have, a Kiwi. People from New Zealand are pretty much like people from England, only more into sheep.
"So, exactly what is codswallop?" I asked our resident Kiwi.
"Fish poop," he said. "Specifically, cod fish poop." [...]
And here we are again.:-(