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Goops

naughty, balloon-headed children. [Am. Lit.: Goops and How To Be Them, Hart, 323]
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Gellett Burgess (aka Frank Gellett), Goops and how to be them; a manual of manners for polite infants inculcating many juvenile virtues both by precept and example (New York, 1900), no page numbers.
The popular Goop Tales (also called a manual of manners) by Gellett Burgess (aka Frank Gellett) which were published between 1900 and 1916 included, among a wide variety of behaviors, attention to self-cleaning as the sign of the perfect child.
Consumers in Canada will find this to be a new, very different, immersive way to shop that supplements the e-commerce experience on goop.com.
Gwyneth Paltrow's long-awaited Goop standalone store opened its doors Sept.16 at the Brentwood Country Mart in Los Angeles. (http://www.romanandwilliams.com/) Roman & Williams Buildings and Interiors , the pairing of married couple Stephen Alesch and Robin Standefer, teamed up with Goop for the second time to help conceptualize the absurdly, ultra chic Brentwood bungalow. 
The Oscar-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow's brainchild, the lifestyle website Goop, is usually known for its controversial health advice like vaginal steaming and this time too, it is drawing negative attention for its wellness stickers.