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  • Bozo The Neoclown says: ooooooooooooooooo, boo-hoo becky better not try to usurp the position of lardass limpballs. lardass is liable to sit on boo-hoo becky and do his “bouncy-bouncy” dance like he did at last years CPUNK

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  • I do not have the hair it takes to pursue a little casual funtime bouncy-bouncy while a more serious proposition is watching from the wings.

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  • Must have bounced off thereafter, just as this was one markedly bouncy-bouncy hockey game, on the puck, with the Leafs again and again finding a way not to get a shot off when working hard to set up a scoring opportunity.

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  • Must have bounced off thereafter, just as this was one markedly bouncy-bouncy hockey game, on the puck, with the Leafs again and again finding a way not to get a shot off when working hard to set up a scoring opportunity.

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  • It's all here, the Vengaboys synth-refrain, the Lazytown chorus, the In The Night Garden bouncy-bouncy beat.

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  • I am a dab hand at bouncy-bouncy and that kind of stuff.

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  • The problems occur when we get stretched and pulled out of position, particularly with the bouncy-bouncy ball on that basketball court of a playing surface at Saprissa.

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  • So, when I find some healthy bouncy-bouncy in a new Canadian work, I almost can’t believe it.

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  • "All's fair in war and bouncy-bouncy"

    -Harvey Birdman

    July 12, 2009

  • It's booncy-booncy in Scotland.

    July 18, 2009