bungle


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to proceed or perform in an unsteady, faltering manner

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David said: "We were informed that based on current case loads we would not likely see Bungle again until New Year and potentially up to nine months."
The Kaiser Chiefs' frontman jumped for joy and said: "You were Bungle? "Can you do the voice?" Ricky added: "When you say entertainer, that's exactly what you did, you had the audience on their feet, you had them all singing along.
When Bungle arrived he was very shy and would hide in his bed.
Hopefully there will be more Bungle stories to follow.
vvWhattheysay Mick Channon, trainer of Bungle Inthejungle "He's been very consistent except when it all went wrong at the Curragh, when he reared up and hit his head in the stalls.
Bungle is thought to be about two years old and is now sharing his life with a menagerie of animals at Mark and Vicky's home.
Because of a bureaucratic bungle, the unit was not informed while in Iraq that its tour of duty had been extended.
Over 350 million years ago, this area was a coral sea - now exposed, its most spectacular poings on the Western side include Geike Gorge, Tunnel Creek and Windjana Gorge, and in the East, the breath-taking Bungle Bungles.
'It was a bit of a bungle and we're prepared to take it on the chin,' said Nick Austin, chief executive of the Surrey company.
A virtuoso of the bungle, Peter Land aims for a sense of stand-up folly reminiscent of early Gilbert & George, Bas Jan Ader, and Martin Kersels--or, for that matter, the physical comedy of Buster Keaton.
Bungle's desk," "Telephone closet," and "Electrical room."
How, for example, adds Broom, could Audi of America so badly bungle what had become a national flap in 1986-87 over an alleged Audi 5000S safety defect?
NEW Top Gear host Chris Evans has mocked his predecessors by calling them Zippy, George and Bungle.
INTERNET jokers claimed a Merseyside MEP starred as walking teddy bear Bungle in 70s kids' TV show Rainbow.