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Are there any arsewaddles here?

sm62704 (957197) writes | more than 5 years ago

User Journal 0

A fellow named Arabwel used a term I wasn't familiar with. So I googled, and... remember that Google game where you win if you you do a two word google and there are no results? Well, I googled Arabwel's term and was greeted with "Your search - arsewaddles - did not match any documents".

Intrigued, I asked him what an "arsewaddle" was. It turns out he had just coined the word; a new insult.

A fellow named Arabwel used a term I wasn't familiar with. So I googled, and... remember that Google game where you win if you you do a two word google and there are no results? Well, I googled Arabwel's term and was greeted with "Your search - arsewaddles - did not match any documents".

Intrigued, I asked him what an "arsewaddle" was. It turns out he had just coined the word; a new insult.

Meh (Score:1)
by Arabwel (1211118) on Wednesday June 25, @10:44AM (#23934757)
I am not surprised. then again, my opinion of Google has plummeted because of the unbelievable arsewaddles they employ, so.... *shrugs*

Expand that link to see the whole conversation.

But what this journal is about is that I, at least, love the sound of "arsewaddle" and would like to see it become part of the popular lexicon. But first we have to figure out exactly what an arsewaddle is.

Help me out here, would you, guys? What do you think an arsewaddle would be?

PS- I just did the Google search again and it's been used in a MySpace page. It is apparently being used as a verb there.

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