gonk


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gonk

(ɡɒŋk)
n
a stuffed toy, often used as a mascot
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gonk

n (= toy)Stoffpuppe f
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Indeed, short of drinking Cresta pop and furiously stroking a Gonk, tuning in will probably be as close to full-on childhood regression as is possible to get without the aid of expensive hypnotherapy.
My exasperated teacher believed the Lucky Gonk I took into the exam as a talisman would have got more.
Major organization : GONK [beaucoup moins que]OI AGIOI ANARGYROI[beaucoup plus grand que]
They became mascots in University Challenge, they inspired records and a film, even Neil in the Young Ones had a Gonk collection.
Thing most likely to make you say 'IT'S A NICE THOUGHT BUT I DOUBT WE'D EVER BE THAT LUCKY'of the week ITV2 gonk Joey Essex: "Imagine if I got abducted by aliens.
So deep breath, the list of so far purchased outerwear includes: | Yellow T-shirt that can be worn with trousers, skirt and pinafore dress | Gingham blue dress for summer | Red T-shirt for games with shorts or leggings | Optional hoodie, sweatshirt and blue cardigan Add in the new trainers, new shoes, school bag, stationery set, and obligatory gonk (if you so desire) then this costs not so much a pretty penny as an ugly pound.
SYTYCD, with a judging panel made up of Louise Redknapp, the man from Del Monte (Nigel Lythgoe), Arlene and a gonk (Sisco Gomez).
One of the most popular items was the gonk, and this revived the traditional Welsh nightshirt with the character printed on it - thousands were produced.
95) presents Gonk the toad and Beezy the lizard, who are having a contest to see who can make the best maps.
Some viewers may have no idea what 'gie's a gonk, ya dobber' actually means - but when it's said by Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill it doesn't really matter.
A Paul McCartney gonk felt toy could fetch pounds 350.
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