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Examples

  • One sees the decade as Day-Glo froth, 10 years Britain spent moonwalking in deely-boppers to the Thompson Twins.

    Alexis Petridis: It's been donkey's years...

  • Or will they just give him the ‘alien’ look by him wearing deely-boppers?

    KEANU PLAYS KLAATU, KNOWS KUNG FU

  • Of course the deely-boppers should be CGI, that goes without saying …

    KEANU PLAYS KLAATU, KNOWS KUNG FU

  • Just a guy with a portable stand, filled with the lighted deely-boppers and devil's horns.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • As far as the eye could see, a swarm of matching pink t-shirts flashing bunny ears, deely-boppers and crowns wove through the streets of Barrow, as groups of friends, family and colleagues tackled the two-to-three-hour walk together.

    Evening Mail news round-up

  • Heck, even with your eyes open the stage set, featuring blocky retro graphics straight from the ZX81, screams 1980s louder than David Van Day in a set of deely-boppers and pink legwarmers.

    The Music Fix

  • I don’t know my work phone number (and I’ve been here 2 years) but deely-boppers I got covered …

    KEANU PLAYS KLAATU, KNOWS KUNG FU

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  • Even better!

    *dons a sparkly bird set*

    December 24, 2008

  • Mine have little glittery polar bears.

    December 24, 2008

  • I saw someone sporting a set with reindeer on, hence prompting my memory of this word.

    December 24, 2008

  • Oooh! Do they have little sparkly snowmen on them?

    December 24, 2008

  • *trades tiara for deely-boppers, just for the holiday*

    December 24, 2008