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- interj. An exclamation of horror, disgust, pain or frustration
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How would you like to be in the next row on an airplane listening to this for hours? aaaaagh!
Within moments the phone rang, and all evening supporters of Respect called each other to say, Have you seenaaaagh, what on earth, why, what do we do, whose idea, aaaaagh, what is he thinking?
Hrm. i don't know why the WSJ prints these articles that seem specifically geared to tick people off. how the heck does someone pulling in gross income of $8300/year have $4800 in monthly housing costs? wtf? if people can't afford to own a home, then they shouldn't have one. aaaaagh!
It started quite gently with ocassionally downloading a podcast about knitting (BritKnitCast), then the BBC started to make the Archers available as a podcast, then I discovered F1 pod casts, then other BBC downloads, free london walks …. aaaaagh, it’s too much!