Sunday, November 9, 2008

Honour Is Restored



My contribution to our nation

12 comments:

ToffeeBoy said...

Good on ya' ejay. Interesting to see that 'donde' is there with almost exactly the same meaning as our own dear 'dond'...

nilpferd said...

Just one more thing Sarah Palin knew nothing about..
Marbury v. Madison, the Truman doctrine, and now the dondle..

EJ, you'll receive the spillessional medal of honour for this..

Mnemonic said...

Excellent work ejay; I've given it a thumbs-up.

Blimpy said...

glad you set the record straight! that'll really confuse all the pervs out there!

DarceysDad said...

A Dondle Thumb up from me too, Ed.

*Whup-whupwhup-whup-whupwhup*

Ah, there goes the double-entendre overload warning!

;o)

FP said...

Chevalier des arts et des lettres winging its way over in an envelope!!!

ejaydee said...

Thanks everyone for your support. Anybody who hasn't, keep giving the RR definition the thumbs up. My guess is that it'll put decency at the top.
I'm submitting a definition for dond, which should appear in the next few months.

COMPETITION TIME:

What should be the sample sentence? I feel like I dropped the ball in the one for dondle, I should've been more adventurous.

TracyK said...

Ode To Billy Joe by Dusty Springfield? Wow...Consider yourself thumbed though Ejzhay!

nilpferd said...

EJD- from the vaults, you could do worse than this brilliant effort from a former RR contributor.. "frogprincess - I'm about a thousand of the million slaps over Babooshka, so a kilo of 'donds."

Alternatively, Murphsup's variation:
Oh yes, this is bloody marvellous. Ultradonded!!

Or you could go with the original and classic Blimpism:

Immediate and massive 'donds to the Fannies and Buggles, whixh were the first songs that sprung to my mind, unfortunately I now have that Corrs song ("so I listen to the radio..) bouncing round my blimp sized cranuim and it's proving impossible to dislodge!! AAaaaargh!
(sic).

Abahachi said...

Given that this is all about explaining the idiom to the outside world, I'd go with the Blimpy quote as being more readily comprehensible if you don't already know what a dond is...

fp said...

Or you could just say High Fidelity? Read the book? Seen the movie? You'll love the blog... :-))))

Shoey said...

Was a little confused there for a while, until I scrolled down the page.