- n. Plural form of droog.
“#8 POSTED BY daniel d, Mar 13th, 2009 6: 15 am wow did the droogs from a clockwork orange not make it in here?”
“And when he goes off on his oddy knocky, he meets Pete, one of his droogs from the first chapter and first go-round: 'This,' said Pete to the devotchka, 'is an old friend.”
“There was me, Your Humble Narrator, and my three droogs, that is Len, Rick, and Bully being called Bully because of his bolshly big neck and very gromky goloss which was just like some bolshy great bull bellowing auuuuuuuuh.”
“Traitors and liars," because I could viddy it was all like before, two years before, when my so-called droogs had left me to the brutal rookers of the millicents.”
“And I made sure my so-called droogs were in it, right up to the shiyah.”
“Of course he would not remember me, for in those carefree days I and my so-called droogs did all our bolshy dratsing and fillying and crasting in maskies which were real horrorshow disguises.”
“Then I got it open, and who should be on the door - step but old Dim, me just being able to viddy the other two of my so-called droogs belting off.”
“There was me, your Humble Narrator, and my three droogs, that is Len, Rick and Bully, Bully being called Bully because of his bolshy great neck and very gromky goloss which was just like some bolshy great bull bellowing auuuuuuuuh.”
“Impress your friends: "droogs" means friends in Russian.”
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