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  • n. Plural form of fug.


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  • I leaned out and cadged five rupees off him, explaining it was a bribe for an old sick man who knew the way; he passed it up, I struggled into my wet fugs, kissed my giggling Delilah goodnight, and scrambled down, feeling fit for anything.


  • May 24th, 2007 at 1: 19 pm how come noone mentions the fugs? strannix Says:

    Matthew Yglesias » Global Test

  • So one editor is taking out fugs and another editor is putting them back.

    Putting The Salt In Soldier Talk

  • On the other hand, one meets a lot of loud mouthed fugs in everyday life, as often as not socialists and Labour supporters, so a party that comprises such people among its members is I suppose representative of society.

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  • Now I know she's some celeb who occasionally fugs herself.

    A lady doesn't wander all over the room and blow on some other guy's dice

  • It was an accepted part of the culture those days, like lifting a packet of fugs at a break-in, or clearing a pub just so you could enjoy a lock in with the publican.

    Both Sides of the Fence -A Life Under Cover

  • If the wind were not in the west, this atmospheric inferno received additional fugs from Kingswood, a place no Bristolian voluntarily went.

    Morgan’s Run

  • We men of Bristol are used to fugs, so they always put us on bilge duty.

    Morgan’s Run

  • The Hippy Trail was at its zenith in the 1970s, bringing to various parts of the Middle East and Central Asia gaggles of long-haired kaftan-wearing westerners, fugs of smoke and impromptu yoga sessions.

  • I think they should all stop worrying about each other and actually create something that's not fugs.

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