from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A scatterbrained or eccentric person.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The sound of a small bell; the sound of a fire engine bell.
- n. An eccentric or crazy person.
- n. The penis.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a stupid or foolish person; -- used in a deprecatory or contemptuous sense.
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Unregulated activity (like the ding-a-ling ice cream), not a land use, therefore not regulated by the Zoning Ordinance.
But apparently, everytime Johnny finds a website with a gay theme, his little bell rings, his ding-a-ling ding-a-lings, his own little soldier stands at attention (not long, mind you).
It's not often I follow the lead of a hate-spouting, flame-snorting rightwing ding-a-ling, but today will be an exception.
Umm … this sort of political theater is intended for the consumption of the common american ding-a-ling.
The typical american/british ding-a-ling is the only one who really believes the government version … and they have become the laughing stock because of it!
Ms. KYRIE O'CONNOR Deputy Editor/Blogger, Houston Chronicle: At only 99 cents, the ding-a-ling app for iPhones seemed like a sweet deal.
Until Ben Pish ph in Washington, D.C. looked at his mom's iPhone and asked her what exactly the ding-a-ling app does.
One expert theorized that smartphones have become so complex that we've lost sight of what they actually are and that in a weird way, the ding-a-ling actually served a purpose, reminding users that they have a phone in their phone.
In any event, he's not McCain, a dangerously reactionary ding-a-ling I do not want to see elected.
That's a pretty clear sign that Broder is a ding-a-ling, and the American people are sick to death of George W. Bush.