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  • noun Plural form of gollywog.


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  • But there's certainly no question that allegories like gollywogs and goblins went right over my head at age 4.

    Presto, change-o

  • PoC in the USA see gollywogs as an unpleasant stereotype, and I don't blame them.

    Let's be politically correct, right?

  • LOL all u spastic gollywogs its not fuckin rocket science is it.

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  • November 9, 2006 at 10: 37 pm gia the gollywogs are for sale in a place in Stockport/Manchester and they are big. vince says:

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  • It's tempting to think that all these politically incorrect indiscretions belong well in the past: after all, the scary "gollywogs that live in the woods" have been excised from Noddy and Big Ears, and most modern children's books are full of positive role models and delicately nuanced sensibilities.

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  • They now swarmed into the station from every side: pale faces, under huge feathers; wrists hooped round with bangles; breasts bristling with gollywogs and lucky charms.

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  • Church of England, believed much in gollywogs; but, like most music-hall people, she felt safer when she knew it was there.

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  • She was an unusually nice widow, whose husband had made a fortune through inventing gollywogs with different eyes from other gollywogs.

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  • Apart from when some gollywogs got on this train and started trashing it.


  • Apart from when some gollywogs got on this train and started trashing it.



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