Abonnér Danish
søg på et hvilket som helst ord, for eksempel rule of three:
 
1.
awq
1. A term used to describe something awkward.

2. Or another word Martin uses when he isn't capable of forming normal words, so substitutes for bird like noises instead.

1. "well that was a real awq spot we just got ourselves out of, phew."

2. There aren't really any examples for this case, just slip the odd awq in where ever you feel necessary.
af iznil 24. januar 2007
23 5
 
2.
awq
1. A term used to describe something awkward.

2. Or another word Martin uses when he isn't capable of forming normal words, so substitutes for bird like noises instead.
1. "well that was a real awq spot we just got ourselves out of, phew."

2. There aren't really any examples for this case, just slip the odd awq in where ever you feel necessary.
af iznil 22. januar 2007
3 5
 
3.
Awq
1. Used to describe something awkward.

2. Or another word Martin uses when he isn't capable of forming normal words, so substitutes for bird like noises instead.
1. "well that was a real awq spot we just got ourselves out of, phew."

2. There aren't really any examples for this case, just slip the odd awq in where ever you feel necessary.
af iznil 19. januar 2007
2 7
 
4.
awq
1. Used to describe something awkward.

2. Or another word Martin uses when he isn't capable of forming normal words, so substitutes for bird like noises instead.
1. "well that was a real awq spot we just got ourselves out of, phew."

2. There aren't really any examples for this case, just slip the odd awq in where ever you feel necessary.
af znil 16. januar 2007
1 9