- Originated in Scottish, where argle refers to argument, and bargle to reduplication. (Wiktionary)
“He was obviously a bit drunk, clearly excited to have his evening suddenly include not the old argle-bargle with his disenchanted wife but a bit of thrilling alone time with a pretty young college girl.”
“Here's his charmless admission that he prefers American girls to English ones because they put out without a lot of upfront argle-bargle.”
“In that context, Williams appeared on Fox two days later, as part of a six-minute segment focusing on O'Reilly's comments -- and the argle-bargle that ensued -- on The View.”
“I know some Hillary supporters are just not going to get over it, all that argle-bargle is alive and well at hillaryis44. com”
“July 11, 2008 at 6:03 am i kant ride teh coasters…dey maek mi go argle-bargle.”
“Well, being that they gat paid for writing it, slightly less silly than that rambling argle-bargle you just posted…”
“And enough of that peacekeeping argle-bargle... let's take it to these jihadi donkeyheads.”
“Grecian argle-bargle from HPL, obviously modelled on Hawthorne's Twice-Told Tales, and just as obviously a mistaken choice by Lovecraft.”
“It is also because I often think the evolution defender simply does not make the correct points in reply to the torrent of creationist argle-bargle.”
“Enough with this sententious argle-bargle and circular arguments.”
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