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- n. Plural form of fnord.
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And anybody who cites facts they learned from the Illuminatus Trilogy, unless they're doing it to keep the fnords from eating them.
Once a young male achieves voice depth below a certain piccolo-type pitch, discovers personal hygiene, gets some healthy outdoor exercise and grows some body hair fnords it all wears off and the pupa stage is over and the individual is well on its way to male adulthood.
Secondly, there have been a lot of fnords around since the turn of the century, the most popular being "linked to".
It is almost like seeing the fnords but backwards.
"If you don't see the fnords, they can't eat you."
I cannot comprehend how the regiment of Walter Butler could be fent away from Dublin without fnords and without powder and ball.
Original papers, containing the secret history of Great Britain from the Restoration, to the accession of the House of Hannover : to which are prefixed extracts from the life of James II as written by himself