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Thread: OK what does GDG stand for?

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    Go Doggy Go!

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    Quote Originally Posted by runnindawgz View Post
    Someone will eventually break down and offer you the answer - welcome to RTF Happy Training!
    Lets hope it takes more than 1 page though

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    Grandstanding, digressing and guestimating
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    It's a French retriever term for gobbling or something.

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    Pulling out my childhood walky talky. Morris Code is on the back.

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    I Google'd it. It stands for Google Development Groups.

    (Isn't it Morse?)

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    Gobbledygooser
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    Guess, Darnit, Guess

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    Gawl Durn gubment
    "The thing I admire about the rat tail is that it takes commitment. It's not like one day you just decide you want one, you have to grow out that bad boy and you have to repeatedly convince the hairdresser to trust you because it's a great idea."

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