ding-ding
 n.— «I agree that our lives would be far less rich, in terms of flavour and senses, if all we had to do was unwrap a foil cover and bung something into the “ding-ding” (as some people refer to it) rather than cook in a conventional oven.» —“Radiate a little goodness” by Jane Clarke Times (Londong, England) Apr. 19, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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