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  • interj. said to acknowledge a double entendre or something that sounds rude


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  • Former indie dweeb Jake Gyllenhaal buffs up as the adopted prince who sacks a city in search of non-existent weapons of mass destruction (ooer, bit of politics) and stumbles across a mystical dagger which can turn back time.

    Mark Kermode's DVD round-up

  • And I can't believe anyone would find this 'sexually charged' - it's about as sexually charged as the 'nudge nudge wink wink' Monty Python sketch from 1969 ooer!

    Step One: Cut a Hole in the Pumpkin

  • Not all of us sign as followers, personally I RSS you ooer mrs indeed! and I'm aware of at least one other friend who follows you via the old fashioned bookmarking method.

    Meh, She Wrote

  • The summer GLIAS newsletter starts with an item about the wrecking of their web site by an east European hacker and its subsquent banning by Google ,..... oh ooer and help!


  • Poor Brown, trapped blind and helpless ... .... ooer a strange violence is clouding my brain

    Kill The Pig .....humanely

  • Karly said on January 3rd, 2009 at 5:57 pm ooer, this is fabby

    Fake Plastic Flower Death Squad

  • The Kaavya Viswanathan thingy, which we just posted about at Kitabkhana reminded us that thanks to a combination of a bit of flu, a still-aching butt and a persistent lower back hassle (ooer, we're getting old, we are) we forgot to post about Shilpa Bhtanagar's plaint.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • I have a copy somewhere, but can't immediately lay my hands on it ooer missus!

    Old English Riddles - a thousand years of double entendre

  • Now, don't go thinking that AA is near the top of my all time best "Who took a piss next to you?" list, or anything, but it was a stand out ooer moment in the incalculable history of pissing moments.

    AA . . . On The Piss

  • When God had in V. daies made perfecte the heauens and the earth, and the furniture of bothe: whiche the Latines for the goodlinesse and beautie thereof, call Mundus, and we (I knowe not for what reason) haue named the worlde: the sixth daie, to the entent there mighte be one to enioye, and be Lorde ooer all, he made the moste notable creature Man.

    The Fardle of Facions, conteining the aunciente maners, customes and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affricke and Asie


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