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  • Yet all they have to do is wave a flag, holler "I'm agin them ding-dang Librals" a couple of times, and my fellow Texans will elect them once again.

    'People have a right to be grouchy,' Axelrod says 2009

  • Holy mazola--I go off into Cat Rescue Land for a few days, and the whole ding-dang world goes kablooie!

    "So Funny" In Bold, with Exclamation Mark 2009

  • It's Saturday and The Husband is away on a ding-dang trip for work, so, naturally, I took the kids out for lunch.

    Archive 2008-03-01 Vanessa 2008

  • I just think about everything I'm already doing and then to add the blogging about it EVERY ding-dang night sounds crazy.

    I must be nuts Ren Allen 2008

  • To heck with those who hate them, it's my ding-dang choice, so go fish!

    Yes, I've seen it. You can stop alerting me. Ann Althouse 2008

  • Last night, the phone rings actually it didn't ring because both of our ding-dang VTech handsets are dead; do not buy this brand of cordless telephone.

    Day 30: Metropolis, Mon Amour Vanessa 2007

  • I remember very little from school, but I certainly remember that ding-dang frizzen-fruppen slimy shadow!

    The Sudden Curve: 2005

  • I remember very little from school, but I certainly remember that ding-dang frizzen-fruppen slimy shadow!

    Lights Out 2005

  • First concert: also in Greensboro NC (thank god for that ding-dang coliseum!) in 1982 -- Rick Springfield -- yes, Noah Drake himself -- went with my (still) best friend Preeti, & our chaperone was some teenage babysitter, who caught one of the white Solo water cups Rick drank from and then kicked off the stage.

    scope, norfolk, VA, 1981 2005

  • Note to my mother-in-law: if a place has enough money to print out a ding-dang color brochure complete with glossy photos, the rents are going to be

    personal « Tag Feed The Bone Architect 2010


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  • In rapid succession; one on the heels of another; pellmell; helter-skelter; in confusion. --Dr. Jamieson's Scottish Dictionary and Supplement, 1841.

    June 2, 2011

  • The wicked old witch is deid!

    June 2, 2011

  • well ding dang a ding-a-ling.. bilby is a ding dong.

    June 2, 2011