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  • And fish means flashing lights, awooga awooga, red alert and the rest.

    Yellow Swordfish

  • Modern Times by Andy @ Yellow Swordfish My wife has some serious allergies - both food and medicine - and by serious I mean serious in that if the wrong stuff gets inside her then it's flashing lights, awooga awooga, red alert number one, shields up, 'she canna hold out much longer cap'n', where's the bloody ambulance time.

    Yellow Swordfish

  • But the cop part of his brain, the area where law enforcement professionals store information like the mug shots of the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted criminals and the license plate numbers of stolen cars, had already begun flashing the red lights and sounding the awooga horn to remind Pender that turkey vultures were an integral part of Luke Sweet’s m.o. lately.

    THE BOYS FROM SANTA CRUZ

  • I loved my time with the Physical Training Corps and I've never forgotten all I learnt about motivating people, awooga! "armyfit. mod.uk to download the podcasts, giving you access to your Army Fit: Personal training experience.

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  • Niiice.

    April 17, 2009

  • Yesterday, driving home from work, I was behind a car (truck actually) with the license plate "Arooga." I thought that was pretty Iroquoisy.

    April 16, 2009

  • or c) the crude expression of a Klaxon horn's amorous desire

    April 16, 2009

  • Or the sound of a Klaxon horn.

    April 15, 2009

  • a crude expression of amorous desire

    April 15, 2009