Last modified on 24 May 2014, at 15:42

diddums

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From did + ('em) they - do something to you

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diddums

  1. (UK) A term of commiseration to a child who has suffered a mildly painful situation.
  2. (by extension) sarcastic commiseration to somebody seen to be complaining too much about hurt feelings.

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