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  • v. Present participle of bollocks.


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  • Though I kind of liked the idea of leaders of the crumbling Western world getting a darn good bollocksing.

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  • What has happened is that parents have had to take school boards to court to defend their right to have their children taught good science without religious extremists bollocksing up their education.

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  • After the right bollocksing they have all made of it, I'd say a bit of quiet is needed

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  • When we stopped for a drink he finally decided to fix the bike but ended up stripping the threads on the axle and in all just bollocksing it up completely. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • It is no good bollocksing on about 'the next war, fifteen years, strategy etc etc etc ad nauseam' if we LOSE the current operation.

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  • Having now been dating for a year, I can attest to being certain that he wasnt just bollocksing about that shyness ...


  • It was only when Carmona threw a ball over to first to check on Sheff that the trouble began, because at that point Sheff gestured sweepingly towards the batter and vehemently invited Carmona to quit bollocksing around and throw home.


  • 1 The Duchess Of Madge Being happily married to Guy Ritchie isn't headline-worthy, but bollocksing up plays, taking on a fake accent, playing an English gentlewoman and generally being the Madge that the tabloids loved to hate certainly was.

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