Those buggers," and he spat the words like a highly venomous King Brown snake, rearing up from out of the wheat crop, "are still telling every poor bastard that they should put off visiting Bahrain unless it was abso-bloody-lutely
To paraphrase Sex And The City's Mr Big, abso-bloody-lutely
Then the pair of them got all choked up and the boss ran in screaming, "Love it, love it, abso-bloody-lutely
The infix has long been popular to get extra emphasis into a word, such as abso-bloody-lutely
, which is dependent on the syllables being pronounceable themselves.
How many of you neutrals thought those last 15 minutes were abso-bloody-lutely
It is also, as her fans Down Under rightly proclaim, abso-bloody-lutely