For example, we came up with,
"Let's go. We don't have to listen to this crêpe."
But that didn't quite capture the meaning. Given our personal failure, we then tried Google for an alternative way of expressing her sentiments. (See the image.)
Therefore, until something better emerges, we will have to be content with:
"Let's go. We don't have to listen to this thing of extremely poor quality."
President Napolitano did try some new words:
...(T)he UC Student Assn. is not in a forgiving mood. In a statement released Thursday night, the student organization said Napolitano’s private description, captured on video, of the protest as "crap" showed "a disturbing disconnect with the students she serves" and was a slap at free expression...
Full story at http://www.latimes.com/local/education/la-me-ln-uc-apology-20150319-story.html
Apparently, her contrition was not music to their ears. Perhaps this selection would help: