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Hello ,

What do these words mean It sounds cool but it's weird . Could someone paraphrase this text ?? It's too much strange vocabulary . It's an abstract from http://www.americanaccent.com/index.html :

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'I was rooting willy-nilly through a buncha stuff, looking every whichway for the dinky little whatchamacallit to fix the goldong thingamajig, but good ol’ whatsizname had put it in the hooziwhatsit, as usual! Boy oh boy, what a load of hooey. Always the same old rigamarole with that thingyamamie bozo. He’s such a pipsqueak! If I found it, ka-ching, I’d be rich, which would be just jim dandy! I'd be totally discombobulated. You-know-who had done you-know-what with the goofy little gadget again, so whaddyaknow ... there was something-or-other wrong with it. What a snafu! I had a heck of a time getting ahold of whatsername to come over and take care of it with her special little doohickey that she keeps there in the thingamabob. For the gazillionth time, the flightly little flibbertigibbit said alrighty, she wouldn't shilly shally, she’d schlep over with her widget fixer and whatnot to do a bodaciously whizbang job on the whole shebang. That's right, the whole kit 'n caboodle, no ifs, ands, or buts about it ... no malarkey. Okee dokey, but she was a skosh busy right then, yada, yada, yada. Yessirreebob, we usually have gadgets galore, but what with the this-and-that, and all the hooplah, it’s all topsy turvy today, ’cuz that humungous nincompoop is still in the whatsit acting like everything's just hunky dory. That's just a bunch gobbledeegook. Pure gibberish. He's such an old rapscallion. Jeeminy Christmas, the shenanigans of that old fogey. Yackety schmackety, blah, blah, blah! Shucks, I wanted to find it on my own, and not be penalized for it—I’m just so darned tired of gimme’s and gotcha’s by a lotta has-been nosybones out hobnobbing with hoity toity wannabes. The real nitty gritty is that, young and old, they’re just a buncha happy-go-lucky whippersnappers and cantankerous old fuddyduddies who don’t know diddly. I poked among the gewgaws, tchotchkes, gimcracks, and knickknacks, there in the doodad, but I found zilch, zero, zippo, nil, nada and null. So-and-so told me such-and-such about the deeleebob, but I just don’t know where that little gizmo is. Sheesh! It’s a big whoopdedoo when you can’t even remember where the gosh diddly darned whaddyacallit is!'

Thanx in advance !
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I'll do the first little bit for you...

'I was rooting willy-nilly through a buncha stuff, (I was roughly searching through a lot of stuff) looking every whichway for the dinky little whatchamacallit to fix the goldong thingamajig, (looking everywhere for the little thing to fix the damn thing) but good ol’ whatsizname had put it in the hooziwhatsit, as usual! (but 'he' has put it somewhere else, as usual) Boy oh boy, what a load of hooey. (Oh boy! What a load of rubbish/what a waste of my time!).
Thank you very much Nona...can someone help too ?? Emotion: smile
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Hi,

Always the same old rigamarole with that thingyamamie bozo. He’s such a pipsqueak! If I found it, ka-ching, I’d be rich, which would be just jim dandy! I'd be totally discombobulated. You-know-who had done you-know-what with the goofy little gadget again, so whaddyaknow ... there was something-or-other wrong with it. What a snafu!

(My translation matches, sentence by sentence)

That gut always causes me the same complicated, pointless problems. He's so inimportant. If I found it, I'd immediately be rich, which would be great. I'd be completely amazed. A personm that you know had done something, you know what, with that strange little thing, so suddenly, a big surprise . . . . there was something wrong with it. What a big mess, but I'm not surprised.

Best wishes, Clive
Thank you Clive . Anyone else ?? Emotion: smile
I had a heck of a time getting ahold of whatsername to come over and take care of it with her special little doohickey that she keeps there in the thingamabob. I had a hard time finding her (can't remember name) to come over and take care of it with her special little thing/tool that she keeps there in that place (can't remember where).

For the gazillionth time, the flightly little flibbertigibbit said alrighty, she wouldn't shilly shally, she’d schlep over with her widget fixer and whatnot to do a bodaciously whizbang job on the whole shebang. As I said many many times, the unreliable little talker (big-mouth) said okay, she won't waste time, she's come over with her tool and similar things to do a great job on the whole thing.

That's right, the whole kit 'n caboodle, no ifs, ands, or buts about it ... no malarkey. That's right, the whole thing, no excuses...no nonsense.

Try going to and looking up some of these words yourself. The site gives you excellent definitions. Good luck.

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Thank you Danyoo . Anyone else ?? Emotion: smile
Okee dokey, (OK) but she was a skosh busy right then (but she was ? busy talking?), yada, yada, yada. (talking noises) Yessirreebob, (Yes indeed!)we usually have gadgets galore, but what with the this-and-that, and all the hooplah, (everything that's been going on) it’s all topsy turvy today, ’cuz that humungous nincompoop (big idiot)is still in the whatsit (thing) acting like everything's just hunky dory (OK). That's just a bunch gobbledeegook. Pure gibberish. (rubbish words)He's such an old rapscallion. (rascal) Jeeminy Christmas (euphemism for Jesus Christ), the shenanigans (exploits) of that old fogey. Yackety schmackety, blah, blah, blah (talking noises)!