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Warm Ice-Cubes adjective
Water. . .
Submitted by lego indiana jones, 24/04/2009

Web Barrow noun
Application that allows one to look at lots of Scrunch on the Malthazar.
'Web-barrow, Web-Barrow, bring me my scrunch'
Submitted by Ted, 03/08/2006

Wee Wee Shudders verb
When a man does a wee and then shudders.
This is observational comedy at its best.
Submitted by Ted, 03/08/2006

Wendy House noun
A very small house. Not many people will fit in. Not a good place for a party.
Submitted by Dermot, 06/04/2006

What Is Love adjective
The one question that will make a robot malfunction
Submitted by Ted, 24/03/2006

White Mountains noun
Place of hiding for the Resistance in The Tripods. Also, what Ozymandias calls women's breasts (when he's finished with them)
Submitted by Ted, 21/09/2008

Will's Master noun
Will (John Shackley) from The Tripods' master. Unique among masters as he actively encourages Will's desire to learn and grow spiritually. Known to die if kicked in "The Tripods". Stupid day-glo prick.
Submitted by Ted, 21/09/2008

Wizard noun
You will often find wizards in old stories, like King Arthur, Lord of the Rings and Tarka the Otter.
A Wizard is a man with a beard and a stick who can do magic, like Paul Daniels, but with a beard and stick.
Favourite wizards include, Gandalf, Merlin, Tarka the otter, clarence the cross-eyed lion from daktari and leggy the clam from 'my kind of sea'
Submitted by Ted, 04/04/2006

Wong adjective
Large quantity of these in Chinese phone book,
Submitted by ted, 27/03/2006

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