noogie


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noogie

n. a painful rubbing of someone’s scalp with the knuckles. Bob gave Bill a noogie and Bill punched him in the gut.
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For one day each year, we celebrate our namesake, Gilda Radner, with a Noogie Night - a special night dedicated to finding a few light moments in what is a very serious matter for our members and their families when they're dealing with cancer.
My retaliation against Victor's noogie had stirred up Dad who glanced up from his paperwork, curled around his chair, and looked towards Victor.
And except for all those Courier and Press readers, who understood full well that they had just gotten the big noogie as thanks for their years of loyalty.
While Locke is genuinely sympathetic to the Golden State, he said, most Washingtonians feel like saying, ``tough noogie, and that's just the way it is.
Now's the time for Dodgers skipper Glenn Hoffman to return to the noogie patrol against little brother Trevor.
Danny Vasquez set his palm down on the first green at Riviera and vigorously massaged the thin grass, practically giving the green a noogie.
Cyber Bully is the second in the series followed by Notes on Noogies, Wetwillies and Wedgies.
What had in the past been primarily verbal confrontations increasingly became physical ones, and even lighthearted interactions routinely involved headlocks, noogies, hip-checks, and hard slaps on the head.
A number of nice character-specific touches include Short Round's kicks, Indy's habit of giving enemies noogies and Henry Sr.
Of course, there's always the possibility that Lucic's bruising play - he scored a takedown of the Islanders' Matthew Spiller in his first NHL fight, getting in a few noogies at the finish - eventually could merit a regular shift, which would solve everyone's problem.
I hear Itzhak Perlman gives noogies to lesser musicians when he passes by.
The market mavens will say, 'Tough noogies, but you picked the wrong company to work for.
Disc 3, Mushroom Soup, is packed with drug induced noogies as Britain picked up the narcotic baton from San Francisco.
I welcome a subdued campaign, free of verbal wedgies and noogies.
Show is all about the physical comedy--the hair, falling through and off roofs, ruining fancy dinner parties with fistfights and noogies.