Dick and Dom's Slightly Naughty but Very Silly Words!
Written by Richard McCourt, Dominic Wood
Part of the Dick and Dom Series
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Dick and Dom's Slightly Naughty but Very Silly Words! by Richard McCourt, Dominic WoodDick and Dom are pan-generational household names who have been delighting television audiences for well over a decade. Dick and Dom's Slightly Naughty But Very Silly Words! is a collection of their brilliant made-up words and phrases. Filled with the silliest words and definitions imaginable, and illustrated with glorious line drawings, this gorgeous little hardback is a perfect Christmas stocking filler.Dobbawoofsinit: A person who has trumped and blamed the dog.Germ Rain: The little bits of spit that some teachers do when they're talking.Musty Troutwarbler: An aged teacher who can't keep control of the class.
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10th October 2013
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