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pongy

[ˈpɒŋɪ] ADJ (Brit) → foche, maloliente
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The creamy, pongy cheese just seemed to react to produce a real eye-opening experience.
Plastic bins are the opposite - they are covered up, which can slow down the whole process but this stops them from getting quite so pongy.
But a fragrant future is on the horizon, as researchers at York University have discovered the molecule responsible for making perspiration pongy.
The fibre in apple skins is great at scrubbing away old food residue and plaque, and the acid will neutralise bad bacteria that can cause pongy breath.
On this day 35 years ago, Henry Cooper was in the region on a promotional visit for that most pongy of aftershaves - Brut.
The Brave Bones Club has come up with a collection of Bonkers Badges for you to try to earn to get you have fun and being active, including: The Pongy Sock Press-Up Badge |Complete five press-ups with your face above a smelly sock.
REVAMP CUTLERY To return your knives and forks to their POLISH YOUR WOODWORK Ditch the pongy tins of polish and opt for lemon juice and olive oil instead.
We were seriously sad when the time came to leave, so much so that Alys insisted on loading the car up with the most pongy Welsh goat's cheese she could find in the village shop.
In recent years many forward-thinking breweries have added this pongy yeast to their beers to completely change their flavours.
So would you recommend Bokashi even though you had some pongy problems?
Yesterday, more than a dozen bouquets were laid at the bottom of the hill paying tribute to Mr Farley, who was affectionately known as 'Pongy'.
"Our rides are really scary and people tend to sweat more than normal due to the fear and anticipation they experience while queuing up so it can get really pongy.