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A phrase coined by the British comedy troupe Monty Python. It is used to signify the arrival of something that is, indeed, completely different from whatever had been going on previously.

See also: Pythonesque comedy.
The llama is a quadruped which lives in the big rivers like the Amazon. It has two ears, a heart, a forehead, and a beak for eating honey. But it is provided with fins for swimming.

Llamas are larger than frogs.

Llamas are dangerous, so if you see one where people are swimming, you shout...

Look out, there are llamas!

And now for something completely different - a man with a tape recorder up his nose.
by NeNay July 5, 2005
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Nelvana's terrible mutilation of the Japanese anime Cardcaptor Sakura, which provided audiences in America with a plot that was completely screwed around with, select episodes that were completely cut out, and a terrible, terrible English dub. The author is a fan of the original Japanese anime as well as the manga, produced in the states by the Tokyopop company, whom she feels did a good job with it- unfortunately, the anime was not such a good move at all. Were it in more capable hands, it may have fared better.
I'll never forgive Nelvana for what they did to Touya and Yukito...
by NeNay April 25, 2004
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Hangs over the heads of beings on the planet Earth. May also be present in many other areas of the universe, but is reffered to by different names. Generally, what can be seen when one is looking upwards and is not standing directly underneath any opaque object, or having their vision otherwise obscured.
The sun is shining in the sky- there ain't a cloud in sight.
by NeNay April 6, 2004
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Adjective- To be like a frood (to be really amazingly together). Commonly used in Douglas Adam's Hitchhiker's Guide trilogy of five books.
"Listen Ford," said Zaphod, "everything's cool and froody."

"You mean everything's under control."

"No," said Zaphod, "I do not mean everything's under control.
That would not be cool and froody. If you want to know what
happened let's just say I had the whole situation in my pocket. OK?"

-The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
by NeNay April 24, 2004
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An insult, roughly equivalent to get lost or in some cases go fuck yourself. As far as I can tell, it is mainly used in Britain.

variation exists: Awa' an' bile yer heid! (Scottish)

The origins of this phrase are as follows, from http://www.phrases.org.uk:

"This relates to the fact that in South Pacific societies cooked food was 'noa' or the opposite of tapu (tapu is loosely translated as sacred though it has a deeper meaning than that). The head was considered the most sacred part of the body and one doesn't usually pat children on the head, or stroke a person's hair. An exhortation to turn your head into cooked food was regarded as the greatest possible insult."

Weird stuff.
Oh, go boil your head, you fermented bastard.
by NeNay June 2, 2005
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A more forceful equivalent to get lost or go away. Many variations exist, including hide-and-go-fuck-yourself. Expression by a first party for a second party to leave the vicinity or simply stop associating with or annoying the first party.
He wouldn't leave me alone, so I told him to go fuck himself.
by NeNay June 2, 2005
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Phrase used to impart a feeling of ease onto a hectic situation. (When used in a truly hectic situation, it can often be assumed that nothing is under control at all.)
by NeNay April 24, 2004
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