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

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Examples

  • I promised to help in any way I could and got landed with an invitation to be 'gunged' at their fundraiser next July.

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  • Deputy manager of Link-Up, Paul Harris, received the most votes and was "gunged" by Gateway Club leader and children's officer, Kelly Velvick, and chief executive of West Berkshire Mencap, Leila Ferguson, who both escaped the same fate.

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  • On Wednesday (March 11) West Berkshire Mencap raised over £450 by asking people to buy votes to decide which member of staff was "gunged".

    Newbury News Today | News

  • Olly's Onions: How I gunged Mandelson and managed to stay absolutely gorgeous in the process skip to main | skip to sidebar

    How I gunged Mandelson and managed to stay absolutely gorgeous in the process

  • How I gunged Mandelson and managed to stay absolutely gorgeous in the process

    How I gunged Mandelson and managed to stay absolutely gorgeous in the process

  • Today I have supposedly de-gunged the bathroom sink - well, a lot of gunge did come out, but it still runs a bit slowly - and looked at changing the tap washers - but could only see how to turn the hot water off unless I went the whole hog of turning the whole of the upstairs' water off.

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  • I have hjuge great hemispherical lumps in the back of my throat, and my nose and ears are all gunged up.

    Her First Time

  • Just as important as the winners were those who got covered in green slime while on the stage, with Favourite Male Singer Jesse McCartney and presenters Sandra Bullock and Hugh Jackman getting gunged this year.

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  • Slime attack video: Peter Mandelson gets gunged in green protest Slime attack video: Peter Mandelson gets gunged in green protest Site Credits Copyright ©2006 Northern and Shell Media Publications.

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  • Helen White, now 38 and a mother of three, said: "I got to go on Tiswas and we got gunged but the school wasn't expecting that so we had to travel all the way back on the coach still covered in goo."

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