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Offline Data Topic starter
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For all the big kids at heart, or maybe just me  Cheesy

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Offline Freddy
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Great, I used to love the Clangers when I was little.  Grin
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Offline 8pla.net
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Whatsa Clanger? Someone who programs in C Language?
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Offline Data Topic starter
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Whatsa Clanger? Someone who programs in C Language?

HaHa, yeah it could be  Grin
Posted June 22, 2015, 15:29:04 PM Logged

Offline Snowcrash
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In this case it's a soft puppet filmed in stop motion but it is an English word.

To 'drop a clanger' is to make a mistake or faux pas. Could be a person who clangs things.

Never thought about the C-lang-er before. Slang is a contraction of secret language. 
Posted June 22, 2015, 18:39:21 PM Logged
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