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  • v. Present participle of kid.
  • n. The action of the verb kid.
  • n. The act of a goat giving birth.


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  • Better hope the Mexicans building the fence now don’t start building it from the other side, and the Canucks have recently decided to arm our border guards……..kidding …..just kidding.

    Think Progress » ThinkFast: January 9, 2007

  • She looked at me again kidding and laughing and said, mejor traígame el ranchero!

    Developing An Ear for Spanish

  • What she is, no kidding, is the the largest draw the GOP has.

    Gingrich says Palin 'tremendously important'

  • Afterwards had come the internal attempts to justify her actions, also known as kidding yourself.

    Boiling a Frog

  • (We're not kidding, that is actually listed as a feature, we kinda thought it was implied by the fact it's a smartphone.)

  • We could hang out together in the 11: 30pm slot that Conan will be forced into (haha just kidding, that is * way* past my bed time!!!), and I think we could both share laughs at the wonderful jokes he tells us!

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • No kidding, that is an awesome poster, I'd hang this on my wall MINUS that cliche, dumb ass lyric

    I Watch Stuff - The Best Movie News Ever

  • "You needn't," said I. "I was 'kidding' -- a most appropriate treatment for a man of your size.

    The Princess Passes

  • I think Dave did himself a lot of good last night by coming out with a more full-throated apology than he did last week when he was kind of kidding around.

    CNN Transcript Oct 6, 2009

  • So I thought I was kind of kidding in my last entry when I said that my mom wants to get rid of my cat.

    Cheer Up Emu Kid!


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