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  • Maybe my definition of 'toodle' is different yours but 800km - 1000km is not exactly what I'd call a 'toodle'.

    Army Rumour Service

  • Aunt Dahlia, responding to Bertie's greeting: "And a rousing toodle-oo to you, you young blot on the landscape"

    Bertie Wooster on the mischief-making talents of a certain redhead

  • So after I spend some time packing the few orders that I have lying around, I will get in my something borrowed truck and toodle up the coast for my one and only Grand Day Out ... truth is I am still not going for the books, I am going to Portland for the Food.

    Miss Behavior.

  • Not along the lines of maybe I should toodle through this stop sign when no one is looking because, well, no one is looking.

    Christopher Caen: Occupy What?

  • Ms. SMITH: (as Phyllis) (Singing) Say toodle-oo to sorrow and fare thee well, ennui.

    Look, He Made A Hat: Sondheim Talks Sondheim

  • During the summer, when I toodle over to Longview/Kelso, WA, which is twice as far and ten miles more, via the back route on Hwy.

    Speaking of the Winter Blahs

  • The side effects, however, since the hormone is female, can include man-tits and limp willie, probably neither which are going to be more fun than cutting down on drinking before you toodle off to bed.

    You Want Gangrene With That?

  • So I toodle back inside, and get dressed, go to the front window and peep out.

    Book 'Em, Dan'l

  • I might toodle along to the meet, being an Arsenal supporter the name of the boozer is most appropriate, hope to see some of you there.

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  • At other times, when the three of us would toodle around in my yellow Caddy, the DEA agents would get so far up our asses they probably should have proposed marriage.

    Dancing with the Devil

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