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- n. vodka
And others are ones whose time has obviously come, or possibly gone, in the way of slang -- automagically, bouncebackability, fakelore, hacktivist, voddy for vodka.
One last voddy (for courage) and up those bloody stairs with you my lad.
Well armed with our white Rio 2009 vests, white capris, litre of voddy, guarana drink, two bottles of champers, coloured accessory for what you wish for most next year (red / passion for me, blue / peace for Chris), and our equally prepared comrades-in-celebration from the hostel, we explored the beach for a good vantage point.
She is now on a train back to Cornwallshire, with a bottle of voddy, a smile on her face, and whatever else she nicked from the mess.
Although I enjoy the odd glass of wine or "wee voddy", I feel that a minimum price of 60p is required to stop excessive drinking and as well as the health benefits it would help our threatened pubs and off licences who can't compete with loss leading alcohol sales by supermarkets.
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