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  • *Shiver* Luckily my boxes are arriving on Tuesday calloo! callay! so I will have proper winter clothes and will be able to cope.

    Retro awesomeness

  • Huzzah, calloo callay, they turned on the monitor this time turns out that Saturday morning there was a monitor, they just forgot to turn the fershlugginer thing on, and I could actually hear the other musicians.

    Anguished English 16 February 2007

  • Oh frabjous day, callooh callay, I chortle in my joy!

    Pen-Elayne on the Web

  • Via the new incarnation of Glosses.net, regarding which I will permit myself a quiet "Calloo, callay!"

    languagehat.com: GERMANIC LEXICON PROJECT.

  • Yay, hooray, calloo-callay, I'm back to being a school mum today!

    Stuff.co.nz - Stuff

  • Oh calloo callay, happy day, thankfully he met Patricia Wentz, an old woman who sings in a rock and roll band, who gave him an MTV producer's phone number.

    Gawker

  • With timing as beautiful as its conclusion is obvious, the charity Sense About Science has announced, with a triumphant calloo callay, that detox paraphernalia, which sprout up every January as reliably as overoptimistic gym memberships, are as medically effective as medieval blood-letting cures.

    Latest financial, market & economic news and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • And, my friends, it's all just in time for a possible rise in public confidence in the economy, which will - o frabjous day! caloo! callay!

    Latest entries from endlesslyrocking.blog-city.com

  • * laugh* I got paid this week (calloo callay!) and accidentally bought myself some birthday presents.

    a very spendy day!

  • the munkey can type: oh frabjous day! callooh! callay!

    oh frabjous day! callooh! callay!

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