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Thread: "Puhleeze"?

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    "Puhleeze"?

    What does this word mean? I couldn't find it in a dictionary.

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    Re: "Puhleeze"?

    It's just a playful spelling of an exaggerated "please".

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    Re: "Puhleeze"?

    You could use it to say that you are really, really tired of something............. "Oh, puhleeze, don't tell me anything more about Michael Jackson's death, I am sooooo tired of it all."

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