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Things have been a bit upsy-downsy of late, but I will read both short stories and let you know what I think.
Ifz ai drinkded an pynt uv waddur befoar beddybai, ai wud bih upsy adn daouns lyke a nellyvaytur lift, foar tohse inz teh TTI awl nyt loang … *gigglol*
Of course I ate him. - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger? 2010
June 24, 2009 at 8:50 am so yoo types wif yor hands turnded arownd so taht yor fingers are poynty towards yoo, huh? an taht makes the letters go upsy-down? wow!
o hai - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger? 2009
The six-minute simulator ride follows the Simpsons clan as they are plucked from the crowd at the Krustiest Place on Earth to be the first family to tackle the “upsy-downsy spins-aroundsy teen-operated ride thrilltacular.”
The Simpsons' Ride! Steve Hulett 2008
Aye doan liek goin upsy-oopsies… green iz nawt ah gud shayd fur possums, letz mii tel yu.
Elderly kitteh… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger? 2008
“Then here comes someone, as it might be me, along here, and stands as it might be here, and says to that lamp, as I might do, collecting all my will — Turn upsy-down without breaking, and go on burning steady, and — Hullo!”
The Man Who Could Work Miracles Herbert George 2003
"Come on, Baby Butts, upsy me, " crooned Ultima, and the pooch, still frothing and snarling, leapt into her arms.
Skinny Legs and All Robbins, Tom 1990
She'd just take and turn the place upsy-down on you.
"He knows," she asseverated, with the air of one versed in mysteries, "he knows, does little master, who's who as well as any one, and a deal better than some that prides themselves on this and that, a little upsy-daisy-dear!"
In the Wilderness Robert Smythe Hichens 1907
"Then here comes someone, as it might be me, along here, and stands as it might be here, and says to that lamp, as I might do, collecting all my will -- Turn upsy-down without breaking, and go on burning steady, and -- Hullo!"
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In the style/manner of. (The example given: upsy-English, 'English-style.')
July 11, 2008