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  • n. Plural form of kiddywink.


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  • The general consensus was that he was being a bad role model to the nation's kiddywinks.

    Charlie Brooker: Why idolise footballers? It's like living in a world where half of us worship shire horses

  • But the health benefit of Nando's flame-grilling technique is perhaps slightly offset by the endless free drink refills; while gnawing at their chicken, your diet-conscious kiddywinks can guzzle as much cola as their guts can withstand.

    Fast-food success in the UK requires a guilt-free form of gluttony . . .

  • You can find them on her website, nestled amongst all sorts of other cute things for the kiddywinks, right here.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • And I really need to make a start on an advent calendar for the kiddywinks.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • The kiddywinks get more than a little excited to see Mama and Papa - Leo asks to go every day, and gets annoyed and often upset when I explain we can't just nip down for a quick visit because the 3 hour journey gives Mummy a headache.

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • With my lovely husband and our lovely kiddywinks and cats

    Archive 2008-03-01

  • Are you ready for my first ever tutorial?....don't get too excited, it's not a difficult one, and it might be fun for the kiddywinks to try, as there's not a lot of effort involved.

    Simple Strawberry Notebook Cover Tutorial

  • I haven't met the little boy before, one of W's friend's kiddywinks.

    Archive 2008-12-01

  • Originally conceived as an educational drama for 1960s kiddywinks, it attracted a devoted adult audience from the very beginning.

    For the Geeks Only

  • Upcoming iPhone app Mathstronaut is aimed at kiddywinks, but after watching their demo video I feel a strange urge to rush out and buy an iPhone so I can brush up on my multiplications.



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