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  • adj. Uncool, unfashionable, but comfortably so.


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  • Kath & Kim, an Aussie friend once explained to me, is how "daggy" it all is.

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  • Yet its also clear that despite our internal self-perception that the Anglican brand is 'daggy', the average Sydneysider is actually very warm towards us.

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  • Please keep to the original daggy, slapstick kind of humor that has veins of venkman's sarcasm running along with it!!

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  • You know, The Wah broke his arm a couple of years ago - they took the cast off him quite quickly, but then he had to wear a daggy sling.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Under the knife.

  • Wow, I was just remarking to myself the other day, my daggy saggy tire tube bag hanging from my crabon bike saddle was giving me a gentailway I do not posses unless I borrow one.

    Cross-over Appeal: It Shan't Gonna Happen

  • Haven't felt that for quite a while, but it was almost as though she was standing there in my kitchen, with me thinking, What must she think of my daggy clothes?

    Is it the IRS?

  • Sometimes I think sincerity is regarded as daggy or unsophisticated, or just too simple to work; but I suspect it's part of the reason the participatory web has taken off.

    Open Objects

  • The lovely Kim Wilkins says this: "Everything that made me daggy and unpopular has turned out to be a blessing", and I couldn't agree more.


  • I'm writing my pink book from two p. o.v.s - one is a funny daggy smart nobody girl and one is the popular princess golden girl.


  • Friands have a special place in Australian cafĂ© culture - we may have ditched the daggy cupcakes for muffins but nowadays, you wouldn't want to be seen without this trendy little cake perched beside your skinny decaf soy latte.

    Mango Friands


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  • Someone lacking in social graces.

    October 5, 2008