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Donkey Kong More about Donkey Kong Long
'Mate, this journey's well Donkey Kong.'

Donkey's Ears More about Donkey

Donkey's Ears More about Donkey

Donnie Darko More about Donnie Darko Sparko (asleep or unconscious)
'The guy on the floor was totally Donnie Darko'd'

Doogie Howsers More about Doogie Howsers Trousers
'Nice Doogie Howsers.'

Dot and Dash More about Dot and Dash Cash

Dot Cotton More about Dot Cotton Rotten
'That looks absolutely Dot Cotton.'

Double Dutch More about Double Dutch Crutch

Douglas Hurd More about Douglas Hurd

Down the Drains More about Down the Drains Brains

Drum and Bass More about Drum and Bass

Drum and Fife More about Drum and Fife Knife

Drum Roll More about Drum Roll Hole

Drummond and Roce More about Drummond and Roce Knife and Fork

Duane Eddies More about Duane Eddies Readies (cash)

Duchess of Fife More about Duchess of Fife Wife

Duck and Dive More about Duck and Dive

Duck and Dive More about Duck and Dive
'Not going into work today. I'm Ducking and Diving. '

Duck's Arse More about Duck Grass
'Don't talk to him mate, he's a Duck's Arse.'

Dudley Moore More about Dudley Moore Score (£20)

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