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  • n. A roll of toilet paper


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  • The quotation marks and the knowing look on the bogroll suggest that the signs are intended ironically. In Which I Gripe About My Employer

  • And that's one of the reasons why I'm on the blogroll here not the bogroll and why I think you should be too.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • 'I'll tell you what's worse than a bogroll finisher,' Jazz shouted, leaping into the conversation with eager enthusiasm: 'a draper!

    Dead Famous

  • Next you'll be fining me an egg for not replacing the bogroll when I finish it. '

    Dead Famous

  • Take a look, and if you have a link on your bogroll blogroll, but you ain't on the list, just tell me.

    Irish Blogs

  • P.S. I note that CDs and DVDs are all being flogged off "cheap" (John Lewis cheap, that is, therefore a little above the expected asking price*) and the section where they used to be now houses bogroll.

    Word Magazine - Comments

  • Wrap in bogroll of your choice and present to anyone who takes your fancy.

    Army Rumour Service

  • I was sat on my sofa in front of the box with a couple of the lads one night, when suddenly the door was flung open and a flaming bogroll launched in.

    Army Rumour Service

  • .i was was going to do a bogroll with lord manmuncher on but i get the feeling he would like being close to mens arses...

    Gordon Brown toilet roll.

  • it doesnt suprise me that the cost of food, etc has soared.before long we wont be able to wipe our asses, still at least we can use some customised gorddom bogroll..that should at least ease some of the pain.

    Gordonomics, life in Soviet Britain: The true cost of voting Labour.


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