goolie

goolie

(ˈɡuːlɪ) or

gooly

n, pl -lies
1. (usually plural) slang a testicle
2. slang Austral a stone or pebble
[from Hindustani goli a ball, bullet]
Usage: The first sense of this word was formerly considered to be taboo, and it was labelled as such in older editions of Collins English Dictionary. However, it has now become acceptable in speech, although some older or more conservative people may object to its use
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"One of my favourites was a gorgeous Lakeland Terrier called Benji who loved chasing the ice cream vans and fighting, so by the time he died he had one ear and one goolie."
By TIMOTHYNA DUNCAN News Reporter timothyna.duncan@trinitymirror.com A BIRMINGHAM scout group is ging gang goolie goolie going....
West Indies didn't help their cause with two runs out that left the game on an even keel, until Shamar Springer's run-a-ball 37 brought the target to inside 40, which was wiped out by Jyd Goolie and Keemo Paul as West Indies cruised home with plenty to spare.
Small and frail-looking but lionhearted on the pitch, he quickly became a crowd favourite, enjoying his own bespoke terrace anthem"Terry Hibbitt on the wing", adopted from the old English scouting song "Ging Gang Goolie".
Small and frail-looking but lion-hearted on the pitch, he quickly became a crowd favourite, enjoying his own bespoke terrace anthem "Terry Hibbitt on the wing", adopted from the old English scouting song "Ging Gang Goolie".
Teaching a silly song (Ging Gang Goolie Goolie) to a class of reluctant and critical 7 year olds required a display of confidence and showmanship I had never had to access before, (let alone the logistics required to move trampling elephants back and forward and retain control of the villages as well) and ...
Or being able to reformat a laptop while your troop sits around the campfire fiddling with their woggles, eating burnt sausages and singing "Ging gang goolie, goolie, goolie, goolie wotcha.
By the time he died he had just one ear and one goolie. Add to that rogues' gallery of the unwanted and one-balled, my first ever dog of my own, Snoop, our Basset who died last June.
I'd swear they would put it on in the night to keep the chill and damp out, humming 'Ging Gang Goolie' and slowly turning rotisserie cocktail sticks loaded with bluebottles.
Think of scouting and it conjures up images of trips into the wilderness to build a bivouac and singing "Ging Gang Goolie" round the fire.
Scaffold's hits were Thank U Very Much (number 4, 1967), Do You Remember (34, 1968), Lily the Pink (1, 1968), Gin Gan Goolie (38, 1969), Liverpool Lou (7, 1974