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  • v. Present participle of guff.


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  • And, predictably, TheAspergist chose to continue a conversation with nobody but himself, guffing out another thousand words on “coulda, woulda, shoulda”, once again assuming facts not in evidence.

    Matthew Yglesias » Veronique de Rugy is So Anti-American That She’s Not Even an American!

  • Would she be in any way related to the propagandist woman Jeannie on Rochdale Online who among almost 4000 posts came out with the following guffing up of the Lib Dem godfather?

    The Saturday Spanker: Hedging Bets on Spodden

  • In an interview with the News Of The World, Tony Barretto has made all sorts of very specific claims about how Britney Spears is a mentally-ill, chain-smoking, mostly-nude, constantly-guffing drug addict who almost overdosed and sometimes babbles in a made-up language to her children and employees.

    Britney Spears Gets To See Her Kids For Once

  • Sitting as close as she can get to my right thigh, guffing up at me.

    grouse Diary Entry

  • THE camera pans over London, THAT music plays and Lord Sugar starts guffing on about tough economic times and that.

    WalesOnline - Home

  • Not the ones who stare at the computer screen all day long debating on what is right and what is wrong, not the ones who thought they were accomplishing something great by guffing time and again of what democracy is, lecturing others don't you see Democracy is not Girija and Makune as though they were the only ones who knew of it!

    United We Blog! for a Democratic Nepal

  • Apparently the Palin-thinking-Africa-is-a-country story may very well be bonafide … it's the guy who claimed to be its source that was guffing.

    Sadly, No!

  • My friend, sitting the guffing things like these are ever easier than before because of IE



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