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- v. to wriggle
- v. to fiddle, fumble
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“Congressman, why did your group decide not to friggle the snork?”
Anyway, somebody — Newt, or Dick Armey, or DeLay, somebody like that — gave this rendition in response to a question about why they weren’t going to do something that I’ll call “friggle the snork”: