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- verb chiefly UK To
- verb colloquial To play
guitarfast. This is generally in reference to electric guitar.
- adjective childish Little; used in imitation of childish speech.
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I’ll bet somebody didn’t only piss in widdle Wicky’s Lucky Charms – but dayum, he musta drank widdle Wicky’s last Mountain Dew and ate allllllll his Cheetos, too!!
Sometimes, for me, it’s not the guitar solos themselves (widdle is widdle), but they way they end.
Jes giving bak a widdle ob wut ai received sew much ob.
Did widdle Matt Yglesias forget to put on his big-boy pants today?
Paul Donnelly got his widdle feelings hurt again because someone called him out on his rambling bullshit. jack lecou says:
They should have just used the portions of the test that were not subjective (math, vocabulary, and reading) to widdle down the qualified applicants.
Wah, I don't wike her, I gonna take my widdle ball and go home.
I almost feel bad about hurting his widdle feewings …
"I'll only be paying a widdle bit on it each month."
First they are afraid of a terrorist who can't do any harm and then they are afraid this terrorist will let the cat out of the bag and tell the whole world what cheney authorized and the piddle widdle bush went along with ...