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- n. Plural form of gurt.
- n. groats; hulled grain
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Groats.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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Gort found one of Bobby's Go-gurts in the crystal inverter.
"About 30 to 60 grams (100 to 250 calories) of carbohydrates per hour from 'go-gurts,' dried fruit, frozen grapes, sport drinks, gels and bars, and even jelly beans will do the trick."
Thankyou, ill bear that in mind, and yeah i ussually run on tracks, and up gurts hills, as i live on the mendips which is a wee hilly area, and yeah just saving up for a new pair of trainers my old ones where £20 londsdale ... haha dont worry im not a chav and yeah i know, where have the hounds gone? its just not arrse without them!!!