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  • 1. v. to fargle - This generally can be taken to be a vanilla replacement for that other swear-word beginning with 'f'. This can then be extended to incorporate the adjectival verb fargling and the perjorative term fargler.

    2. verb - in the present continuous, can be used to mean 'general pottering', eg: 'I spent most of the afternoon, just fargling about really,' sighed Sebastian, louchely.

    December 22, 2009

  • To stuff something up so badly that even inanimate objects around you begin to make plaintive noises of reproach.

    October 19, 2008