Normally found on longhaired felines, the dingleslap results from clumping of dried dung in 1 to 2inch long fur, usually around the animal's hindquarters. This initial clump secures whole patches of fur and twists into a braid-like formation which encapsulates the dungball at its end and acts as a tether, allowing the dingleberry to slap against kitty's arse when he walks.
Bearman had some wicked-long dingleslaps before Emf started brushing them out, producing a berry patch that weighed almost three kilos and stank like a thousand turkey carcasses rotting in their own dunk.
by Spanky MacKockleberry May 20, 2009

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