ding-a-ling


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Synonyms for ding-a-ling

a person regarded as strange, eccentric, or crazy

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Reply from Sir Charles Curran: "My Ding-A-Ling begins with such a clear account of the contraption in question, including bells, that although the possibility of a double entendre was recognised, we decided that it could be broadcast at the discretion of producers according to the context and character of their programmes.
You are left with a prick, a ding-a-ling, a weenie.
A Simple Thing THERE is a thing, a simple thing, as natural as can be It can set a heart to ding-a-ling, or an inhibition free.
She demanded that the word 'knickers' be removed from The Beatles' I Am The Walrus' before it was broadcast on TV; she was outraged by Mick Jagger's suggestive positioning of his microphone; she was disgusted at Chuck Berry's My Ding-a-Ling.
To start the ball rolling, what about My Ding-a-Ling, Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick, Brass In Pocket and, of course, anything by The Pointer Sisters?
The gangsters were led by Clyde and included Ding-a-ling, Zippy, Pockets, Snoozy, Softy and Yak-Yak.
Chico this week defended his days as a stripper, saying: 'I did my thing and shook my ding-a-ling.
1926: Chuck Berry, 78, Singer and songwriter, whose hits include My Ding-a-Ling and No Particular Place to Go.
And not to forget another little ditty called My Ding-A-Ling with which he topped the British charts with in the mid-1970's.
I looked at Arthur and said, `Don't you let some ding-a-ling get their hands on them.
We should still express our opinions and debate matters and post pictures of Donald Trump looking like a right ding-a-ling on Facebook.
My first-ever singing gig was in that same year when I joined in with the rest of the crowd at The Locarno to back Chuck Berry on My Ding-a-Ling," said Pauline.
He told the Radio Times: "I've kept the first record I ever bought, which was Chuck Berry's My Ding-a-Ling, and I have an old Bush record player that takes 40 seconds to warm up should I ever want to play it.
In 1972 had the first and only chart-topper of his career with My Ding-A-Ling, and 1986 fittingly saw him become the first inductee of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
And gig organisers said yesterday that Berry, who wrote My Ding-A-Ling, threw a series of tantrums before his final strop.