phooey


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phooey

and fooey
1. n. nonsense. I’ve heard enough fooey. Let’s get out of here.
2. exclam. an expression of disgust, disagreement, or resignation. (Usually Phooey! or Fooey! Used typically when something smells or tastes bad.) Who died in here? Phooey!
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When the going gets tough, he's super tough, with a Hong Kong Phooey Chop
For 2011, Alcon is aiming to develop a feature version of the '70s Saturday morning toon "Hong Kong Phooey," and is working on a World War II drama called "Brothers in Arms," the story of the all-black 761st tank battalion.
The victory boosts Ricky Sbragia's chances of stepping out of the 'janitor's cupboard' to save the day, in true Hong Kong Phooey style (above left); STEED'S STUNNER Malbranque fires home for Sunderland to make it 1-0 after 10 minutes; OH I ZAY.
HOTTAIR IS MY NAME--TRAVELING FOR THE PHOOEY HARDWARE COMPANY--
Seoul-based Unsangdong Architects epitomise the growing vibrancy and maturity of the Korean scene, with their gallery for contemporary art (p68), while the wonderfully named Phooey Architects from Melbourne cannibalise shipping containers to create a children's activity centre (p82) that is a lively homage to the joys of bricolage and recycling.
1974: Hong Kong Phooey made his debut on US television.
However, he has a dreadful draw between middle-running Hong Kong Phooey and early paced veteran Roswell Spaceman and has to be opposed.
And double phooey if you use weird font colors on even weirder background colors.
Finally, Hong Kong Phooey, because he's one of my favourite cartoon characters.
Remember all of the phooey about code and secret information architecture and site maps wallpapering closet cubes and boardrooms and proprietary backend technologies?
Oh, I suppose there are those who say that Madeline Albright is more famous, but I say, phooey.
IF you asked me to list my top telly viewing from my childhood, among cartoons like Mr Benn and Hong Kong Phooey and early '80s TV staples like Grange Hill and Top Of The Pops would be The Wizard Of Oz.
Dressed as Hong Kong Phooey, Steven Nicholson, 34, ran for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People.
The Hanna-Barbera cartoon version of Hong Kong Phooey was a 16 episodes series that was aired in 1974.
And: "Just heard me CSI crime fighting partner Rory has a bad cough, will have to consider ringing Hong Kong Phooey to cover him.