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  • 'Oi loik the way you moo …' Behold, shiny gravy cow.

    The Hard Sell: Colman's Instant Gravy

  • That would have been the perfect chance to quote our favorite Jacinda brilliance from the show, spoken to a crying Sharon who was suspended over a high wire in the woods: “Sharon, you look loik a big jell-lay bean.”

    While You Were Deflating Your Reebok Pump Ass | Best Week Ever

  • Just go on in loik a haymaker in a hurricane an yell be foin.

    Fathers & Sons

  • Just go on in loik a haymaker in a hurricane an yell be foin.

    Fathers & Sons

  • Didn't know they 'ad them in Bangkok, it's just loik England, in't it?

    High Society

  • I mean, I can just close moi oies and see her, 'ere with us,' having a laugh, 'ear her voice ... it's loik ... she went off for a week's' oliday.

    High Society

  • I read that if the condom bursts yow wroithe around in agony for about foive minutes then youm dead, bang, just loik that ... '

    High Society

  • "Reckon I oughter gi 'up th' ketchin 'lay loik yer ast me."

    The Serpent's Shadow

  • Staff-College officer, who frequently visited him on Sundays, tells us of 'the genial, happy, unreserved intercourse of those Sunday afternoons spent at the Rectory, and how the villagers were free to play their cricket -- "Paason he do'ant objec' -- not 'e-- as loik as not,' e'll come and look on ". '

    Victorian Worthies Sixteen Biographies

  • But for all that, we'd none a yer wirligig polishin; nor Tom Dockin scales, wit bousters comin off; nor yer sham stag, nor sham revvits, an sich loik.

    English Dialects From the Eighth Century to the Present Day


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