In a post, they said:"This young man chose to jump our gate at 2am, take a widdle
in the corner, pull down our wind chime, disperse some rubbish from bin bags and then run off with our brush, obviously feeling pretty chuffed with himself.
At my age, I was still in the dressing room having a wee widdle
But she hadn't finished:"He does occasionally widdle
on the carpet.
As a boy, Kevins mum called him 'Kewie' (Aww, Widdle
Kevvie, his dad mocked), but by high school he renamed himself 'Kev', shortening it all the way back to something cool.
However, when Private Widdle
(Charles Hawtrey) is found wearing underpants the Khasi of Khalabar (Kenneth Williams) planned to use the information to incite an anti-British rebellion.
And anyone who thinks Denise's celebrity status made 'doing it' a piece of the proverbial widdle
, may want to think again.
THIS little girl got herself in a widdle
spot of bother when her head got stuck in a potty seat.
As a devout believer in Open Covenants, Openly Entered Into, I will not lie to you from the git-go: I do not merely hate all awards shows, I wish to see them beheaded, stakes driven through their black and corrupted widdle
hearts, and to see the decapitated remains buried at a crossroads come midnight.
On the new stage at STARMAKERZ - (from left) Paul Scott, Simon Hamilton of UKSE and Adam Sayers with 16 year old Craig Widdle
and Serenity Scott, 10, of Middlesbrough
It can stop you from placing bets based on painstaking research and sound statistical analysis, simply because you're on the wrong patch of God's earth, or it can let you widdle
your money up the side of a betting-shop FOBT, even though you have the punting instinct of a lemming at the cliff's edge.
Lang may your elbuck jink an' didle, To cheat you through the weary widdle
O' this vile Warl: Until ye on a cummock dridle, A gray-hair'd Carl!
It is interesting to see that no fewer than five of these words also provide OED's first occurrences in English: ouerance, pickillis, primacie, stifhartit and widdle
. This incidentally confirms the perceived value of the Catechism in the history of English in general.