Not so much a ghost, maybe a ghoolie
and what's a ghoolie when it's at home?
There's two things referred to as ghoolies, the first is a Ghoul, the second hangs between a gentleman's legs.
I can't even begin to think of any ethymology here...
It comes from Hindi.
Ah, so not related to spooky things really?
Adds an entire new dimension to the popular Guiding and Scouting song, 'ging gang goolie goolie gooloe goolie watcha, ging gang goo, ging gang goo'
*Cue 17 people querying the spelling of that...*
Especially when one of the goolies has a typo...
Icy is here, so we are talking about hard and floppies again, eh?
Ooooh, Icy, you dodged the whole goolie issue there in the last section. Shame on you.
I'm thinking of having that entry heavily rewritten in any case. It now appears to be an urban myth that Baden-Powell wrote that song. I wasn't the only one fooled, though.
There we go, these are on the govt.
Now when all else fails you can at least afford to drown your sorrows in
Unless you drink cider. Then you're still....
Apparently, bread and butter sprinkled with salt tastes like scrambled egg.
* tiptoes in and pours some *
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