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  • verb Present participle of ponce.


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  • It is such a shame that Blair did not do the same thing, but ponced about, gave in on CAP and our refunds.

    Vaclav Klaus as EU President refuses to be bullied

  • All the while, your ponced-up Weiss made nice with developers and strangled the westside with the resultant traffic congestion.

    Open Thread for Saturday

  • Which makes a lot more sense than the escapades of a bunch of ponced up in purple, middle-aged, ersatz hippy pseuds.

    The Lambeth Walk « Anglican Samizdat

  • Field - Diana ponced about having "emotional intelligence", like Blair, and, I am sure Obama, but she had never done anything to occasion the Latinesque grief that got stirred up by her death.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Today I panicked over Northern Rock, saved an old lady's life, and ponced around Dundee dressed as Dread Pirate Turner, and was generally reminded about how much I love people.

    They may take our lands, but they'll never take OUR RUM!

  • They were proper cars, not your ponced up sporty crap you get now.

    American Graffiti

  • They were proper cars, not your ponced up sporty crap you get now.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Flakes of skin easily visible as he ponced about with the spatula.

    Army Rumour Service

  • I should think he probably returned to the flat, his despair, his hopes of RSC / TV / cigar commercials, & then ponced off his estranged family newsfeed

  • Around the 3rd night (first Saturday) I was invited to go to Hanover with 3 guys all saying it would be a 'f*ckin good laugh' I ponced out of it but these 3, I shall call them Larry, Curly and Moe, all went off to Hanover.

    Army Rumour Service


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