One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Used to represent sniggering, typically at a sexual innuendo.‘That's some package! (Said the bishop to the actress, fnarr fnarr)’
- ‘It's finally happened! Bollywood's hottest real-life couple have united on the big screen (fnar fnar).’
- ‘Since I haven't done it (fnarr fnarr) for a couple of years, there was plenty to choose from.’
- ‘Dobson is notorious in Westminster for his dirty jokes - but the civic value of smut is unclear, and the prospect of spin doctors promoting the fnarr fnarr factor is depressing.’
- ‘Of course, associating it with a toilet tends to lend a sort of fnarr fnarr quality to the whole thing as well.’
- ‘But I have seen a lot of birds in my time (the feathery type I mean, not the other type, fnarr fnarr).’
- ‘The ladies also put up a good fight, particularly shapechanger-extraordinaire Mystique, who to the delight of many male members (fnar fnar) in the audience continues to wear nothing more than body paint while performing her kicks and body flips.’
1980s: perhaps imitative of the sound of suppressed laughter.
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