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crog

(krɒɡ)
vb (intr)
dialect Northern English and Midland English to ride on a bicycle as a passenger
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It takes in a wealth of highs and lows from throughout the decade, including Freedom Fries, Touch the Truck and the Crazy Frog. But don't let that put you off - it's also very funny.
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Steven Gillespie, 38, was visiting the Ocean Beach Pleasure Park in South Shields when he was injured on the park's new Crazy Frog ride.
The CD includes a Crazy Frog double - Axel F and Crazy Frog in the House (Knightrider) - plus the UK's 2007 Eurovision entry Flying the Flag for You.
And at one funeral service the dearly departed went to meet his maker to the accompaniment of the Crazy Frog ringtone.
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The Crazy Frog, which beat Coldplay to the Number 1 spot last year.
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