doofer


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doofer

and dufer (ˈdufɚ)
n. a (found or borrowed) cigarette saved for smoking at another time. (It will do for later.) He takes two fags, one to smoke and a dufer.
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Once Doofer disbanded Mark stayed with Chris to form Cakehole Presley.
Let's face it, nobody ever called the television remote control device anything but a doofer.
The doofer would be down the back of the sofa, broken or in the dog.
The black doofer controlled the video and the grey doofer the TV.
Never figured out what part of a horse the doofer was, but we firmly believed it was on the menu in posh pubs like the Angel Hotel or the Royal.
In France an 'orse's doofer is zat part beneath ze tail which we say will doofer now while waiting for ze rump to roast.
As someone who thought, when a sprog in Grangetown, that hors d'ouvres translated into 'orses' doofers, I can't understand why there's such a panic over what we're calling "the horse meat scandal".
The perfect antidote to all TV remote control hogs - you can channel-hop without depriving them of their precious doofer.
Outhouse, Kilnaboy, Doofer, Audiocalm, Jesus Was A Gent, 8pm.
Pilots of Movement present Doofer and DJ Slim Tim, 8pm.
Tonight's party will feature sets from Doofer, Naughty, Captain Paranoid and the Delusions, The Imperial Pigs (pictured), Kill Whitey, Mycology, Optimus Prime, Slim Tim, The Spiral Brothers and surprise special guests.
Local jazz singer Humie Webbe will be heading the entertainment on stage, alongside Cardiff guitar trio Doofer and dance group Neutrino.
No more fishing down the side of the couch for lost doofers.
But he was struggling to convince the powers that be the micro-phones, ISDN doofers and laser deathrays were radio gear rather than cunningly disguised bombs.