In case you are wondering just what “Poogle, Doodle, Loodle” is, you will have to read on, but I can tell you that the expression “Poogle, Doodle, Loodle” is being used in the English language more and more today and before you ask it is nothing to do with Google or any of the big search engines.
The first reference to “Poogle, Doodle, Loodle” can be traced back to the 16th Century when a Doctor Liddle, an expert in the language of expressive human doodle writers had the idea to break the expression down, in order to get a better idea of a “Poogle Loodle.” A “Poogle” it would seem was a person who could write backwards whilst standing on his or hers head and whilst doing this was said to be “Poogling”. Poogling in the 16th century was all the rage and you were not deemed to be in the in crowd if you could not “Poogle”. Remember there were no computers back then so you could not search and you could not google all was done by writing or word of mouth.
The above was great, but as the years went by the “Pooglers” had a rival club and they were called “Doodlers”. A “Doodler” went even one step further, they would write backwards while standing on there heads holding a carrot in there mouth, while whistling hit tunes of the day. The “Doodler’s” very soon became the rage upsetting the “Pooglers”. So the “Pooglers” started another club that incorporated all the aspects of the “Pooglers” and the “Doodlers” and they called there club the “Loodlers”.
Doctor Liddle who by then was so frustrated with the “Doodlers” who had created this brand new Language asked if he could join the “Doodlers” but unfortunately he was black balled because he was allergic to carrots. So he never became a “Poogler” or a “Doodler and in-fact he even did not become a “Loodler” but he did write a paper on it and he concluded 99% of people will read anything that is put in writing no matter what it is.
Be Honest how many of you actually read this all the way through? If you did welcome to the “Poogle, Doodle, Loodle” Club. So instead of Googling lets poodle
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