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todger

(ˈtɒdʒə)
n
taboo slang Brit a penis
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todger

[ˈtɒdʒəʳ] N (Brit, Brit) → chorra f
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todger

n (Brit sl) → Schniedel m (inf)
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Checking out another bloke's todger, she told the audience, "Do you know the programme Naked Attraction?
He changed it to "todger", which I felt a little insensitive for such a grave industrial accident.
When ITV2's new James Bond spoof Action Team began last week with the lead character's todger falling out of his trousers I was worried it might be a sign of things to come.
He claims Sir Elton also told him to "get your todger out", and says that the songwriter's "unwelcome touching" took place over several years.
The big celeb news of the week was Orlando Bloom's todger - now there's a sentence I never expected to write.
Initial reports of Sir Elton's alleged sexual harassment emerged in March, when a former bodyguard claimed that the singer told him to 'get your todger out' and 'say hello to Uncle Elton.'
According to court documents, Sir Elton then tried to intimately touch the American's bum before telling him to: "Get your todger out."
BORN in Runcorn on Christmas Day 1880, Thomas 'Todger' Jones served in the Cheshire Regiment during World War I.
After the 1975 territory restructuring, the former British territory would have comprised the administrative regions of Sanaag, Sool, Todger, Awdal, and Djibouti.
The guitar great had poked fun at Jagger throughout his book, Life, revealing that his nicknames for the band mate were once "Her Majesty" and "Brenda," and claimed Jagger was packing a "tiny todger."
But more than four decades on and less than a few sentences later, Richards maintains that Pallenberg had "no fun with the tiny todger" and boasts about his own adventure with Marianne Faithful.
Do you ever find yourself down the pub with a group of, ahem, tossers singing bawdy rugby songs like Jolly Jolly Roger Sprinkled Salt Across His Todger?" "Er, no, but I do quite like the new Saracens away kit."