from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A musical instrument of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia, consisting of a long hollow branch or stick that makes a deep drone when blown into.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative spelling of didgeridoo.
If the last generation called the big branches "music" and "physics," that means the next generation may only know physics, or may only know didjeridoo and semiconductors rather than knowing all of music and all of physics.
Paul Speight has been telling turtle stories and playing the didjeridoo for over 16 years.
(Heck, one of Alissa's dates included a dialogue about the didjeridoo!)
Teddy Boy Kill, Aftershock International and Advaita, which jammed with drum players from neighbouring Haryana and didjeridoo musicians from the capital.
There's no shortage of bare breasts, and McConaughey takes a potshot at himself with a naked didjeridoo session.
Heck, one of Alissa’s dates included a dialogue about the didjeridoo!
"There's no shortage of bare breasts, and McConaughey takes a potshot at himself with a naked didjeridoo session.
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