Sounds of Whitehorse

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Wow, Michal. You’re a part

Wow, Michal. You're a part of history now.

sarah more than 10 years ago

p.s.  

p.s.  

Josh more than 10 years ago

Oh, probably, but I'm not

Oh, probably, but I'm not going to look. Don't dampen my enthusiasm, Yukon Diarist! 

Josh more than 10 years ago

One problem: I don’t know

One problem: I don't know if ooglie dooglie is spelled with an 'ie' or a 'y', as in oogly doogly; I simply took the liberty of assigning that spelling to the phrase. Does that change matters?

michal more than 10 years ago

There are exactly 0 google

There are exactly 0 google hits for "ooglie dooglie." Tomorrow this will be the first! You've got to find those girls and let them know about their contribution to the language!  Screenshot for evidence:  

Josh more than 10 years ago

This post is ooglie dooglie

This post is ooglie dooglie awesome! Keep it up.

sarah more than 10 years ago

ADVICE FOR THE LIT-LORN
WRITING QUESTIONS, QUANDARIES & PICKLES

 

Why do you always write “such as” instead of the easier, quicker and more down-to-earth “like,” in a phrase with one or more examples?

 
—Theresa G., Greater Vancouver
 

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