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  • They all dived at once with an ear-splitting "Splosh"

    The Hippopotamus Song

  • "Splosh" fetishists are typically somewhat sadder creatures than these – the whole thing smacks abjectly of the nursery – but Linder and friend looked like glamorous aliens or a kind of deconstructed Leigh Bowery.

    Linder, the artist with the hex factor

  • By the late '80s, Splosh!, the first magazine dedicated to mess, appeared in England, and John Waters publicly lauded the quarterly publication in interviews with People magazine and Jay Leno.

    Boing Boing: March 31, 2002 - April 6, 2002 Archives

  • Splosh! went another man ahead, recovering from a side-slip in the oozy mud and clinging desperately to some bunches of yarrow growing up the side of the trench.

    Now It Can Be Told

  • There were cheers for the tinker, and hoots for King Splosh.

    The Glugs of Gosh

  • Then nought shall I labour for Splosh or his plans;

    The Glugs of Gosh

  • Gold medallist Roberts, who will launch the Splish Splash Splosh campaign at Mount Stuart Primary School, in Cardiff today, was advised to swim when he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of 11.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • "Splosh" fetishists are typically somewhat sadder creatures than these - the whole thing smacks abjectly of the nursery - but Linder and friend looked like glamorous aliens or a kind of deconstructed

    The Guardian World News

  • The Splish Splash Splosh campaign is the latest fundraising drive by the Noah's Ark Appeal to buy state-of-the-art equipment for the second phase of the hospital in Cardiff.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • As a result he started up Splosh magazine, which was full of features and photo stories of sexy slapstick scenarios involving everything from women covered in paint and mud to food.

    mirror.co.uk - Home

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