- n. One who, or that which, gurgles.
- gurgle + -er (Wiktionary)
“The scenario is that the Australian economy has gone down the gurgler, defence budgets are tied up in expensive contracts for big ticket hardware (ships and fighter planes etc), there is no money for maintenance of high-tech gear, training budgets are shot to hell, recruitment is failing to get anyone to join up, there is nothing in the kitty to actually pay the troops with and no immediate threat.”
“During Chelsea's defeat at Old Trafford the great gurgler attacked those slippery, shushing Portuguese Ss at such high throttle that when Raul Meireles came into play as well, you had to fear the BBC man was going to swallow his tongue.”
“While there is certainly a degree of Schadenfreude inherent in this, it is also somewhat painful watching a public figure spiral down the gurgler at such an exponential rate ...”
“Then they sack the person doing their job for them, get someone in on half that, rip off the pension fund, up their bonuses again, flog the company assets, up their bonuses again, and jump ship to a new company as it all goes down the gurgler.”
“Oh man, there's been a truckload of bellyaching on Facebook and here, and on Twitter, about how the site has gone down the gurgler, and how the old days used to be so good and nobody cares anymore and blah-fucking-blah.”
“It is sad but true, and quite alarming to see our society going down the gurgler while the half-wits breed like rabbits and the clever, sparkly intellects such as yourself decide to remain childless.”
“Say what you like but without the U.S.A., freedom, libertarianism and democracy would, by now, be down the gurgler.”
“Is it a copy of the Quran allegedly down the gurgler at Guantanamo?”
“It's your money going down the gurgler,' she pointed out tartly, whereupon Jack dropped his binoculars and started shouting advice as well.”
“After greetings, always the question, "How's my June-Bug?" and a family procession upstairs to peer over a crib at a fat gurgler.”
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