adj. Preferable to polar-bear-bepooped.
Related terms: cat-bepooped.
Real citation: “Future generations of youth could sit on the pigeon-bepooped benches to reflect: ‘Wow. The Man.’“
(John Boston, May 21, 2007, The Signal, http://www.the-signal.com/?module=displaystory&story_id=48460&format=html)
Made-up citation: “The first time I met Jackson Mac Low, I was thoroughly pigeon-bepooped. Despite my flowing locks and poetic gifts, he wasn’t impressed.”