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  • n. Plural form of todger.


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  • He could clone it and dispatch thousands of sibling todgers to carouse with libertines all over the world and we'd still insist it's none of our bloomin 'business (sending thousands of sibling todgers to carouse with libertines all over the world is legal, isn't it?).

    Libertines; and Firebreathing Kestrels

  • England seem certain to qualify for Euro 2012, whereupon, of course, talk of players 'todgers will inevitably be replaced by only slightly less misguided guff about impending English glory.

    Libertines; and Firebreathing Kestrels

  • (On his own, without the necessity of sharing and being forced to view the todgers of the other actors?)

    Dramatic Licence « We Don't Count Your Own Visits To Your Blog

  • I think it may have been as simple as making their todgers too small.


  • He then detailed the organizations plans to demonstrate against the law by scaling tall buildings and displaying their non standard todgers to all and sundry.

    The Lone Voice

  • Papuans whose todgers have been unnaturally enhanced are as of right now barred from joining the police on the grounds that such members are a "hindrance during training".

    The Register

  • Fair enough, you might think, but there's one fundamental flaw in the strapadictomy initiative - the plastic todgers are unable to achieve wood because of "regulations which prohibit the use of taxpayer money to pay for products or procedures considered to be sexual aids".

    The Register

  • The same todgers who hated them in the pub are screaming for ’em now.



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