pack o' poo ticket
yummy mummy
This was said to me and the user told me it meant something dishevelled, messy, chaotic and disorganised, as in "You/your office/handbag/bedroom looks like a pack of poo ticket." Does anyone know the origin? I'm particularly curious about "poo ticket". Why ticket?

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It's regional, and I've found very few expositions for Australian slang. Y'all would actually be the resource I'd turn to for this, but, what I've found is that a "pack of poo tickets" is a roll of toilet paper. Why "tickets?" 'Cause it's funny and finishes the phrase with fricatives, but particularly due to the imagery of a slip of paper. I can only try to rationalize the association with disarray with an implied sense of used toilet paper [or a spent pack of poo tickets (soiled, wadded up, etc.)]. "Bathroom tissue," by it's very nature, has a negative connotation, but that wouldn't seem sufficient to relate disorder in itself.
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