wibbly-wobbly

wibbly-wobbly

adj, -wobblier or -wobbliest
informal jocular wobbly
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As she crimped the pastry, Camilla remarked: "I think this is going to be a wibbly-wobbly pasty."
I know it's all wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey and has something to do with scheduling posts or something.
(https://twitter.com/lorygreco/status/1114661815735201793) Loredana Greco shared a photo and a video of Markle with her wibbly-wobbly baby bump.
BY SARAH ROBERTSON HOLLY Willoughby looks a trifle wibbly-wobbly after a fun-packed all-day party with her best pals.
The "wibbly-wobbly" shaped building reached the finals of the 2014 Shed of the Year contest thanks to its intriguing design.
Grade: B+ - His "timey-wiming" may be "wibbly-wobbly" but it's certainly not wishy-washy SOCIAL INTERACTION - Not great to be honest.
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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.
Seeing as we've seen her die already (yes, we know the whole depiction of time as 'wibbly-wobbly' can be confusing), we are at least sure she'll still be alive and kicking at the end of this final episode of the current Doctor Who (BBC1, 6.05pm) series.
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.