goolies

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goolies

[ˈguːlɪz] Npelotas fpl, cataplines mpl (Sp)
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goolies

n (Brit vulg sl: = testicles) → Eier pl (vulg)
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Even those who see it as a fascistic diktat, which destroys enjoyment in a sacred place, may eventually accept that the good points (fewer illegal goals/less chance of catching cancer) outweigh the bad ones (it's killing all the passion/frozen goolies due to smoking on a pavement) and reluctantly accept it in the name of progress.
Arsenal fan Neil the Gooner put it best: "Honestly I would rather suffer a Phil Babb-style sore one in the goolies than have a a player doing that.
"It's another kick in the goolies. I need help not hindrance."
That he and Stokes were both booked must have felt like a kick in the teeth for Hendry to go with his sore goolies.
Pulis "To concede a goal just before half-time and a minute after half-time is a real kick in the goolies for you and it gave them a massive lift," said the Welshman.
"To concede a goal 30 seconds before half time and then a minute after half time is a real kick in the goolies for you and gave them a massive lift.
But they can, if you hit them in the goolies with a cricket bat for 14 hours Comedian Jo Brand
"They say men can never experience the pain of childbirth but they can if you hit them in the goolies with a cricket bat for 14 hours" - Jo Brand.
But they can, if you hit them in the goolies with a cricket bat for 14 hours" Comedian Jo Brand "I would steal Van Gogh's Sunflowers from the National Gallery in London and put it in our downstairs loo" TV's Phil Tufnell, former England bowler, on the crime he would like to commit "I am a great believer that the more you use your brain and your memory, the younger you remain" Nicholas Parsons, who is still broadcasting at 92 "From when I was three years old, working in TV was what I wanted to do.
Before the advent of YouTube, people mostly had to watch "America's Funniest Home Videos" when they wanted to see great shots to the goolies. Now, (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ESZcSIhJMYE) millions of those videos are at just about everyone's fingertips.
It's not stupid for people to reject a party they felt had nothing to offer them, a party that alienated wealth creators and big business and whose student politics mantra was 'We hate the rich, let's f*** 'em.' Voters didn't want Miliband running the country with Nicola Sturgeon gripping his goolies and they couldn't have made their feelings any clearer.
As the youths got close to where I and the youth were on the floor, I heard one of them say, 'Kick him in the goolies' and they were obviously egging him onto assault me.