COLUMN: Giving new meaning to ‘pearly white’ teeth
However, this morning as I was about to brush my teeth, I squoze (past tense of squeeze?) the tube of Crest to deposit a quantity of paste on the brush. It promptly fell off. I shrugged, and delivered forth another dollop from the tube and proceeded with ...
Bits and Bobs (Vol. 17): Get to know the first Brit of the Month, Karl Pilkington
How do you describe a fella like British comedian, author, and all around observer of life’s strangest things Karl Pilkington ... He’s fond of using made-up words such as “squoze” (past tense of squeeze) and “foodage” (the stuff you eat).
'Ricky Gervais' Brings the Funny
and “squoze”—Karl’s past tense conjugation of “squeeze”), and Yogi Berra-esque aphorisms. It’s difficult to convey how funny this is. A reliably fruitful gag consists of Ricky and Steve asking Karl to explain proverbs. For instance ...