abso-bloody-lutely

abso-bloody-lutely

Yes, definitely. A more emphatic way to say "absolutely." Will I be at your birthday party? Abso-bloody-lutely!

abso-bloody-lutely

(ˈæbsoblədiˈlutli)
mod. absolutely; emphatically. We are abso-bloody-lutely sick to death of your wishy-washy attitude.
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The dust from the demolition had coated it liberally and it was a parody of the human form held together by what appeared to be long outmoded garments." It immediately appears that the man is "spectacularly, irreversibly, abso-bloody-lutely dead.
The centerpiece of the Hangover Brunch is the Abso-Bloody-Lutely, made with Fridays' own Bloody Mary mix, Absolut vodka, smoked salt for the rim, and garnishes of celery, bleu-cheese-stuffed olive, grape tomato and fresh lime.
'We gonna do this, aren't we, Red?' 'Abso-bloody-lutely.' Angela paused on the register office steps, hands on hips.
To paraphrase Sex And The City's Mr Big, abso-bloody-lutely. he credits an se y.
Then the pair of them got all choked up and the boss ran in screaming, "Love it, love it, abso-bloody-lutely love it!
``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.'' A new joke using the infix is ASAP (as soon as possible) is the even more urgent ASAFP, whatever that stands for.
How many of you neutrals thought those last 15 minutes were abso-bloody-lutely brilliant?
It is also, as her fans Down Under rightly proclaim, abso-bloody-lutely wonderful.