Flardy

What is Flardy?


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'Flardy' is descriptive verb that although has no real applicable meaning (as a verb), has it's roots as a prime example as a 'follow-on rhyming word', commonly in Indian culture, specifically originating from Punjab/i.

'Baat the blardy flardy joo doing here?!'

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