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Old 05-18-06, 05:59 AM   #1
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Hey dingleberry.....

Don't ya just love that word? I love to use it on people.
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Old 05-18-06, 06:01 AM   #2
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Don't ya just love that word? I love to use it on people.
I like "assclown" better.
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Old 05-18-06, 06:12 AM   #3
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You know, of course, what a dingleberry is?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingleberry

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You know, of course, what a dingleberry is?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingleberry

Haaa!! That's even better!! No, I did not know that...I'd just heard it used in the context of somebody not being the sharpest knife in the cookie jar!
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Old 05-18-06, 06:26 AM   #5
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You know, of course, what a dingleberry is?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingleberry


I thought that was a Dangleberry, live and learn.
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Old 05-18-06, 08:28 AM   #6
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There is a little place in Ireland called Dingle. When I was there with my girl friend many a joke was made
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Old 05-18-06, 08:49 AM   #7
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So rude...sooo sooo rude. Some guy called my gf that once when we were first dating...she punched him in the head...I think thats when I fell in love
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So rude...sooo sooo rude. Some guy called my gf that once when we were first dating...she punched him in the head...I think thats when I fell in love
Definitely a keeper!
I've always had a soft spot for the term "turd-burglar."
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Definitely a keeper!
I've always had a soft spot for the term "turd-burglar."
Uhh... for the sake of world peace, please keep that soft spot to yourself, okay?
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My dad used to call me 'dingleberry' like all the time. Then, one day in my late teens, I (finally) asked him what it was. He told me, then never called me it ever again. Har.
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Hahaha.

When my kids do something stupid, I call them "Doofy" (from the character on Scary Movie).
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I like "Baw-chops" as a friendly term of derision.
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Old 05-18-06, 10:54 AM   #13
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Old 05-18-06, 05:10 PM   #14
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How about "Buttnugget"?
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Old 05-18-06, 06:35 PM   #15
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Oh geez KT. Just leave it to my brother to start a thread like this..... I'd like to bake a certain Merton a dingleberry pie.


Sitting at the kitchen table bored beyond belief,
I thought about a pie to make to take away the grief.

Many berries Have I to make, but none like this oh why?
Let me make a perfect crust, for my Dingleberry Pie.

Now how on earth am I going to pick these berries off the vine?
And how many berries should I get to make a pie of its own kind?

Grabbing my gear and goggles too, shovel in my hand,
I go out searching dingleberries, piled vast upon the land.



I step out south and onward Ho! Golashes on my feet
Nose plug in place and bag on back, this isn't very sweet.

I spot a trail of berries, of the dingleberry kind,
Hastely I fill up my bag, God? don't let it come unwind.

I placed the bag so tenderly outside on the back porch,
No time to waste For sun is up don't let the berries scorch.

Taking off my hunter's gear, to make that perfect crust, I
Inhaled the scent of dingleberries, when wind came up to gust!

The crust is done and in the pan, the berries yet to go,
I flop all in that rusty pan, Oh! some has landed on my toe!

Now how to cook this pie of dingleberry I don't know,
I looked within my many books that never really show.

I checked the pie a couple times not touching as it cooks,
I figured some will just get past the way the pie doth looks!

So left in the sun to bake, until the crust was dry and done,
I figured that it was ready, when the flies were dead and gone.

I wondered who would be the one to taste my little pie,
Without the thought of dingleberries or blinking of an eye!

I decided that to end this day of boredom at its best
I fed it to the trash can, berries, crust, and pan at rest!
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Haaa!! That's even better!! No, I did not know that...I'd just heard it used in the context of somebody not being the sharpest knife in the cookie jar!
How could you NOT know?

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He's a dingleberry!
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The term is popular in both Australia and in rural America, especially the South.

hahahah, so is it like a hick term?
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You know, of course, what a dingleberry is?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingleberry

Dang, I didn't even know what it meant, but the last time I was trimming all the "stuff" around our austrailian shepherd's buns, I used it correctly! "Someone come here and help me--I need to trim all these dingleberries around Tippy's butt!"

I guess dingleberries are related to Klingons around Uranus, no?
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hahahah, so is it like a hick term?
Yeah, if you want to hear it on Lawn Guyland you gotta go to Hicksville.




http://www.city-data.com/city/Hicksville-New-York.html

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He's a dingleberry!
Obviously.


And proud of my Klingon race!!
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I registered as myself just a couple days ago.
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And proud of my Klingon race!!
Gorsh! I am impressed. Never met anyone from around Uranus!
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You know, of course, what a dingleberry is?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dingleberry


Hmmm. The old joke about what does Capt. Kirk and toilet paper have in common is brought to the forefront.


Another Southern saying is "He don't know you from Adam." But in South Alabama, known to us as Lower Alabama or LA, people will say "He don't know you from Adam's house cat."
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