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doodle

1. n. the penis. (Usually objectionable.) Put your doodle away, Jimmy, and flush the toilet.
2. n. feces, especially a baby’s feces. (Baby talk.) Billy’s got doodle in his diapers.
3. in. to defecate. (see also doo-doo. Baby talk.) The dog doodled on the back porch.
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Doodling helps relieve boredom and frustration and the urge to doodle gets stronger as stress levels rise.
She claimed that doodling keeps the brain occupied and focused, rather than disengaging or distracting it and it is our innate language that must be harnessed in schools and in the boardroom.
Passing references to doodling in the literature on the history of drawing, the medium of choice for most doodlers, acknowledge its existence but rarely examine in any detail the myriad ways that doodling has been used or explore its possible significance or meaning.
TAKE NOTE: Doodling while listening could help you recall facts.
A simple task, like doodling, may be sufficient to stop day - dreaming without affecting performance on the main task.
But a new study has shown that doodling while listening actually aids memory recall.
Connor Leadership Development Keynote Address, Edmonston discussed how doodling helps her to "manage the chaos that is part of all of our lives.
The general offering envelope The Presbyterian Church in Canada uses today began as my own doodling in the margins of a printed agenda at a meeting of the national stewardship committee 10 years ago.
Abi, of Guisborough, has been joined by household names including Sir Michael Parkinson, Jackie Collins and John Bishop in doodling for the annual event.
This week, as I disposed of yet another doodling masterpiece I stopped to scrutinise what I'd done.
Forget booking up a holiday - and try a spot of doodling.
Now in its 10th year the event aims to get as many people doodling as possible to help support the 600,000 people across the UK with epilepsy.
The pair have been joined by household names including Sir Ian McKellen, Rita Ora, Joanna Lumley, Tess Daly, Sir Terry Wogan, Mary Berry, Gok Wan and Michael Sheen in doodling for the annual event.