wibbly-wobbly

wibbly-wobbly

adj, -wobblier or -wobbliest
informal jocular wobbly
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25/min DON'T BE A FLIRT Scorpio Oct 24 to Nov 22 Your flirt-o-meter just went into that wibbly-wobbly phase that dips into dangerous.
London, June 28 ( ANI ): The last minute of June 30, 2012 is destined to be 61 seconds long, as timekeepers will add a "leap second" to compensate for the wibbly-wobbly movements of our world.
She didn't sing, more show off her 'range' with wibbly-wobbly vocal gymnastics obliterating any semblance of a tune.
After the calm of the canoe came the challenge of the 'confidence course', a walk on wibbly-wobbly ropes suspended 40 feet up in the pine trees.
Camp operatic cry-baby Daniel Fox strained his way through Mariah Carey's Without You with all the sheer overblown archness that made Rhydian Roberts sound like Nick Drake, his wibbly-wobbly mouth shapes upon sounding the high notes reminding me of my fish when they come to the top of their tank to feed.
3 billion Terminal 5 at Heathrow is a classic of the genre to rank alongside the Millennium Dome, the wibbly-wobbly Millennium Bridge, and the new Wembley Stadium.
Later, the glut of beats, samples and wibbly-wobbly synths that are Skep's stock-in-trade comes to a surprising halt with Weithiau (Sometimes), a heartfelt track that makes one wonder if Lloyd shouldn't experiment a little more with the acoustic ballad.
Their skyscraping guitars, shuffling drums, throbbing bass lines and James Mudriczki's spine-tingling, wibbly-wobbly falsetto have been largely ignored by a public, who have embraced bands that have flourished with similar ingredients in their absence.
As for the Memsaab Helena's column (GunCrank, Nov/Dec 2005), Ooooohh, I get all wibbly-wobbly in the knees just thinking about it
If you grew up in the 1970s, a staple part of your TV diet was surely the distinctly wibbly-wobbly cartoon adventures of Roobarb the dog.
Some folk probably winced at the sight, but it tickled my fancy, especially when we got slow-motion shots of this peculiar wibbly-wobbly Wimbledon show.
And she joked: "I call myself Mrs Wobbly because I'm all wibbly-wobbly.