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1. Fudgel is a new age song in the album L'autre-Dame which was composed by Mademoiselle Delga in 2020.
2. Fudgel (third-person singular simple present Fudgels, present participle Fudgelling, simple past and past participle Fudgelled) (obsolete, intransitive) To pretend to work when in reality one is not doing anything.
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4. Fudgel (v) By forgottennewsmakers ¶ Posted in People, Work ¶ Leave a comment
5. Sentence: If my job was more interesting, I wouldn’t Fudgel so much.
6. Fudgel is the act of giving the impression you are working, when really you are doing nothing
7. LOL Karen, in that case, there is a lot of "Fudgel-ling" around :) You are the queen of these poems
8. Fudgel To Fudgel is an eighteenth-century term meaning "Pretending to work when you're not actually doing anything at all." Modern offices are full of it, largely because when somebody is staring intently at a computer screen and typing it's hard to tell whether they're busily putting together this year's accounts or busily updating their
9. Fudgel The act of giving the impression of working but actually doing nothing.
10. Fudgel, appearently,is an 18th century word which means to pretend to do work when you are in fact not doing anything
11. Fudgel the epitome of wasted potential Posts; Ask me ; Archive; Make it real, even if I can only touch it with my fingertips
12. “My boss thought i was Fudgelling when i was actually catching pokémon.” “Our student interns get paid to Fudgel all day long.” “People think we teachers Fudgel and skive off during the term breaks
13. Fudgel is the act of giving the impression you are working, when really you are doing nothing
14. Fudgel said: ↑ If its the gore part, then explain to me how the fully gif I had as a spray, which was 100X worse, got be a 1 day ban, but the low quality still image which is barely visible half the time is a permaban
15. Definition please: To “Fudgel” means pretending to work without actually accomplishing anything
16. Can you use it in a sentence? “Gilbert spent Friday afternoon Fudgeling at his desk, while counting down the hours until the weekend.”
17. Fudgel (v) If you're on Facebook at work you might be Fudgeling
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18. Definition please: To “Fudgel” means pretending to work without actually accomplishing anything
19. Can you use it in a sentence? “Gilbert spent Friday afternoon Fudgeling at his desk, while counting down the hours until the weekend.” 2
20. Are you a Fudgel at work? Or do you have the feeling of dysania everyday? Do you encounter ultracrepadarian people at work? These little known english words and old school words are just as useful in the past as it is today
21. By Fudgel_mumpsimus in atheism [–] Fudgel_mumpsimus [ S ] 17 points 18 points 19 points 1 year ago (0 children) They didn't tell the congregation the church was closing until a year after the contract was signed, and two months before they shut the doors.
22. Fudgel Fudgeling Fudgeler as meraki is a difficult word to use in a sentence I’ll leave some links to where you can read on how to use it in a sentence and determine the proper use… my best attempt would : 4
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23. Fudgel Fudgeling Fudgeler as meraki is a difficult word to: 4
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24. I know its been a while, and sadly Fudgel hasn't been around much, but I truly hope to see this be continued
25. 52.9k Followers, 72 Following, 1,323 Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Follows You (@memeFudgel)
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26. Stuck at your desk with nothing to do? Looks like you’ll have to Fudgel, which means pretend to work without actually doing anything
27. Example: Sometimes I feel like it is actually easier to do work than to Fudgel all day
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The origin of fudge is unclear, but the history of fudge can be traced back to at least 1886 CE. The exact origin and the inventor of fudge remain disputed, but some experts believe that the word "fudge" was first applied to a botched batch of caramels, prompting the exclamation, "Oh fudge!". Most food historians believe...
Fudge is a candy made of sugar, milk, butter, and a variety of other ingredients, most commonly, chocolate. The very traditional way of making fudge requires making a sugar syrup that is cooked to a very specific temperature and then is cooled and beaten until it thickens.