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  • A family friend, Sam Goldberg, works at the bakery and considers it his duty to insinuate the cakemore like a loaf of fudgeon us at every food event, from bris to the shivah.

    Let Me Eat Cake

  • Steve Wasser, a persnickety fudgeon of a miserable yet ambitious or should I say envious? most-likely-thirty-something man with overwrought geek-sheik styling foisted upon his reviewer to bolster his soi-disant "criticism", should put down his knife and fork, push his chair decidedly back from the trough, remove his swollen wallet from his overpriced designer slacks, and spare us his blundering, laughable aspirations - at least until he can pass a simple spellcheck.

    Rouge

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  • HAHAHAHA. Very good. That's released no end of endorphins in me. HaHaHaHa!!

    April 12, 2008

  • What we need is to lasso Silvio Berlusconi and take him to Leeds. Then we'll be spot on.

    April 12, 2008

  • I prefer your definition, bilby.

    April 12, 2008

  • A person whose answers generally fail to address the salient points of questions addressed to them is a fudgeon.

    April 12, 2008

  • Used in Yorkshire to mean squat and stout. 'A little fudgeon fellow'. A fadge.

    April 12, 2008

  • I can't really say.

    April 12, 2008

  • Is this well-defined enough to be here, bilby? Or is it just the udgeon f-word?

    April 12, 2008