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13.
v. Too go too far; to take a joke to unnatural and unfunny extremes; to cross over an accepted line.
interjection. Said to someone who has argle-bargled.
Dude #1: "I need to do some reading for class, but I lost my homework commander!"
Dude #2: "Argle-bargle, dude..."
by The Green Nuclear Commander January 05, 2004
 
1.
Expression of exasperation when at a loss for words or just out of sorts or lack of clarity in thought, another form of 'argh'.
I can't think of anything right now... argle bargle!!
by Sava Saheli Singh April 26, 2007
 
2.
A substitute for 'argh'. However, it rhymes and makes the user witty.
"No I will not make out with you"

"arglebargle"

"omfg take me now"
by JeskaX August 09, 2007
 
3.
A Cockney term meaning "argument", often describing a worthless, but energetic, conversation or comment. Derived from "argy bargy", which is derived in the classic Cockney rhyming scheme from "argument".
Tim: What's all the hullabaloo?
Jim: Tina and Tanya are all argle bargle over which British actor is better: Sean Connery or Gene Wilder.
Tim: But...neither are British.
Jim: *sigh* Yep....
by IdiotRome August 23, 2007
 
4.
a pointless argument about trivial things(from a scottish word)
The keep turning things into argle bargle.
by The Return of Light Joker November 09, 2007
 
5.
1. Patter which is barely sensible, as in grasping at straws when trying to chat someone up.
2. The mispronounced name of Arberg, the host of a party in Steven King's Tommyknockers; a drunken poet mangles Arberg into Arglebargle.
1. "Cripes, I'm only hoping the Duane Reed pharmacy has some extra strength Tylenol for my sore joints and this babe is rattling some star struck arglebargle..." (tacitus post, PheroTalk Forum, 1/2/2007)
2. "Arglebargle is a beefy sonofawhore."
by Mark Lovendahl January 03, 2007
 
6.
A Cockney term meaning "argument", often describing a worthless, but energetic, conversation or comment. Derived from "argy bargy", which is derived in the classic Cockney rhyming scheme from "argument".
Tim: What's all the hullabaloo?
Jim: Tina and Tanya are all argle bargle over which British actor is better: Sean Connery or Gene Wilder.
Tim: But...neither are British.
Jim: *sigh* Yep....
by IdiotRome August 23, 2007
 
7.
To Argue so vehemently against an issue that you end up arguing for an issue. See for example the classic Bugs Bunny cartoon where the "wascally wabbit" engages Daffy Duck in the "is to, is not" argument. In this argument, Bugs strategically switches sides leading the opposition, Daffy, to also switch sides in favor of Bugs' original position.
Usage adjective: It was an arglebargle argument. Verb: He arglebargled the argument when he lost.
by cms4equality February 28, 2014