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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sprog.
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If you're not married and sprogged up by this point, go jump off a bridge.
At least they went ahead and sprogged, though, inconvenience notwithstanding, which put them a moral stage beyond Boris and his erstwhile Pet, at least in my book.
This evening I picked up a train set for my Dad (don't ask) in Freethorpe which I then delivered to him in Saffron Walden and took the opportunity of visiting my sister Sheena, who has just sprogged.
When his missus sprogged last year, Jenny had feared Callaghan might, like many before him, turn into a jumpy, obsessive goo-ball or a tired-eyed Grumposaurus Rex, but there had so far been no evidence of either.
Since Geekman had been gone from his "homeland" a long time, and in the meanwhile all his miscellaneous cousins had gone and sprogged and some of their sprogs had sprogged, upon our release from language-learning prison we were paraded around to an endless series of homes where people would hug us and yodel at us in Foreign, and exclaim about how much Geekman had grown since he was six years old and how much stupider he had become, as he had after all been fluent in Swedish back then and now he could barely speak a word!
Angelina Jolie didn’t want to do it – and she’s all sprogged-up now anyway, Charlize Theron just didn’t want to do it and – in what can only be described as a moment of staggeringly blind panic – Jessica Simpson was reportedly being considered to play the Casino Royale Bond Girl.
Just think of the last 2 twats who sprogged in Downing St, Blair