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  • A dorking is a five toed chicken that flourishes in Surrey, England.

    Gilbert B. Kaplan: There Will Be No Trade War

  • So we figure it's safe to reveal how much dorking out took place between story tapings and band sessions.

    Boing Boing

  • If Ampeg just made the same old stuff that everyone wants perhaps the equivalent of the MA-2 or Open Pro instead of dorking around with "exploding wheels," maybe they could turn a profit.

    Wheel of Misfortune: Getting What You Deserve

  • Instead of dorking around on the computer, I'm alternating between walking, reading, and watching s8 SG: 1.

    January 13th, 2007

  • I am totally dorking out with anticipation for the premiere of "Glee" on FOX this Wednesday!

    SG is LazyBlogger.com

  • He thinks that it's a travesty that we are, today, still dorking around in low earth orbit instead of doing something more ambitious.

    The Scores of the Space Race

  • Because I headed to Best Buy after a long, hard day of blogging yesterday with the intention of dorking out hard core extreme style and getting the special edition DVD set of The Office Season 3, replete with miniature Dwight Bobble head (the perfect choking hazard for your little loved one!) and a life-sized replica of a Dundie Award.

    How Many of You Bought Your Office DVD’s Yesterday? | Best Week Ever

  • Best of all, they'll be able to take care of their own oil needs without dorking up the rest of the world market.

    Jim Derych: A Modest Iraqi Proposal

  • Much as I love dorking out about continuity, I tend to agree with Warren Ellis' general attitude that continuity is for amateurs.

    Red Hulk's Offensive Line

  • I spent a while yesterday working on a short story for an anthology, finally deciding I had an entertaining main character that I could probably write a novel about, but I had no plot that would work for a 5000 word story, so I regretfully bowed out of the anthology and stopped dorking around with the story.

    pro-cras-ti-na-aa-tion

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  • *tenting fingers* Mmwahahaha!!

    April 6, 2009

  • Then they will all end up in the PoorHouse and the town will be ours by default!

    April 6, 2009

  • What if the residents flee into the Dorking Caves beneath?

    April 6, 2009

  • OK:

    I've analyzed the situation pretty thoroughly, and I think we can effect the capture even with just our skeleton force.

    C_b: We'll be looking to you to cover the Beare Green approach.
    Vanished: would you like to take the Hooley route?
    I think, with a bit of an earstretch, bilby should be able to take care of Leatherhead.
    As I've been training here in spain, I can handle the three hams pretty handily: Fetcham, Mickleham, and even the pesky Effingham.
    That leaves the South Park flank open. Stan? Kenny? Molly? Anyone?

    April 6, 2009

  • I'm sure the good people of Dorking, Surrey will be delighted to hear that.

    April 6, 2009

  • I can't believe this word has a serious meaning.

    April 6, 2009

  • Kipling alert, sionnach!

    April 5, 2009

  • I don't know, you naughty boy, I've never dorked!

    April 5, 2009

  • Mollusque: I don't think I've started a domestic bird wird list...yet. :-)

    Bilby: I beg your pardon!

    April 5, 2009

  • And do you like dorking?

    April 4, 2009

  • Do you do domestic bird wirds, reesetee?

    April 4, 2009