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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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The Doodles have featured stories of 12 different women, where they share what impacted their lives in some way or the other.
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Dennis Hwang, a Google employee, is credited with creating the first Google doodle in history, on this day.
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The Department of Education (DepEd) urged every Filipino child to join the Google Philippines Doodle 4 Google Program, a competition that gives Filipino students both in formal and non-formal schools the chance to create and to design a Google doodle that shows their contribution in nation-building with the theme What can I do for the Philippines?
Marking what would have been the 185th birthday of Honinbo Shusaku, the doodle was devoted to the man nicknamed 'the Invincible' because of his prowess at the Chinese game of Go.
When somebody doodles one of these common symbols it suggests what motivates them and what they feel is important in life.
For the art historian and psychologist, Ernst Kris, the fantasies and thoughts hidden in doodles are those from which the doodler wants to liberate him or herself.
While the images are different each year, the crescent and star, a symbol of the Pakistan flag, remains a prominent feature in these doodles.
Doodles by celebrities including comedian Ken Dodd, ex-footballer John Aldridge, former Big Brother winner Craig Phillips, comedian Alexei Sayle, former boxer John Conteh and Holby City actor Mark Moraghan will be auctioned on eBay.
Doodles are known as the decorative changes that are made to the Google logo to celebrate different people, events or special dates such as holidays, anniversaries, and the lives of famous artists and scientists.