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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of goo.


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  • The UAI does and is because of her involvement many times under attack of many sp called gooed adopters and adoption parents.

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  • He forced a smile, which softened as Weryl "gooed" again.

    Fall of Angels

  • Gillam got you gooed out on him, and me, and Carly worshipping every thing he does, with similar back-up to Margie, and the scales are balanced.


  • I hate to steal your punchline, Ray, but it's too damn good: "I think the last word ought to be left for the youngest critic in the room the Tuesday night screening I attended, a croupy little girl who gooed loudly at a quiet moment about forty-five minutes in, 'Mommy, can we go home and watch Shrek?'"

    GreenCine Daily: Shrek the Third.

  • The republican caucus is homophobic and he simply gooed out the rest of the caucus.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • The practical upshot is that people who buy their tango shoes in Argentina will sometimes compliment me on my beautiful shoes, whereupon I say, " Oh, thanks, bought 'em at the mall, twofer sale, $15" and their jaw has to be retrieved from the floor and shoe-gooed back on.

    Happy Feet

  • "That sounds nice," Chlorine agreed, deciding not to explore the matter of gooed lady asses.

    Xone of Contention

  • Then she cashed a check, ordered a pound of Salted Nuts (to be delivered by Special Wagon at once), enveloped a ball of Ice Cream gooed with Chocolate, and soon, greatly refreshed, swept down upon a Department Store.

    Ade's Fables

  • Jonas Brothers, and even goo-gooed over Lady Gaga, Elvis Presley set the world on fire

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Oh me, oh my and a tee hee thrown in with a double dinky doo gooed up muffin licky stick!

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