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ding-dong

1. n. the penis. (Usually objectionable.) He held his hands over his ding-dong and ran for the bedroom.
2. n. a stupid person of either sex. You silly ding-dong! Try again.
3. mod. damned. (A euphemism.) Get your ding-dong junk outa my way!
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I've got this feeling it will be one of those real ding-dong games and I know our lads will be up for it.
The Tyneside choir Cappella Novocastriensis sings seasonal music from traditional carols such as Ding-Dong Merrily on High and The 12 Days of Christmas to less well worn pieces like Peter Warlock's Bethlehem Down.
The administrators think they are on to a winner with their action but I'm not backing off and I'm ready for a ding-dong battle in November.
EMMERDALE bride Charity Dingle looks in shock - as her New Year wedding day turns into a DING-DONG at the church.
Forest Heath just lost out in a ding-dong battle with Julius at Newmarket yesterday but can be expected to make amends in the near future.
Barwell picked up three points from a ding-dong battle at Boldmere St Michaels.
The ding-dong started as Asda unveiled pounds 150million of savings in the six weeks before Christmas.
STOKESLEY went down 6-3 in a ding-dong League Cup first round tie at home to top flight Spennymoor.
Passenger Omar (left) and Jiver: ding-dong finish produced frenetic exchange activity
The home team scored a try and a penalty in a ding-dong affair.
A DING-DONG struggle saw Queen of the South claw back from behind to snatch a valuable point.
Although three of her four runners failed to last the course, Mrs Pitman rewarded her followers by supplying Scarlet Emperor (9-4) to get the better of a ding-dong battle with 11-8 favourite Prancing Blade by a neck.
The boys had been attending a birthday party for Eric Wolf, 12, and asked the boy's mother, Kristen Wolf, for permission to play ding-dong ditch while they were waiting for their parents to pick them up.
It was a real ding-dong second half and Martindale netted County's third soon after the re-start.
The ding-dong started as Asda announced pounds 150m worth of savings in the six weeks before Christmas.