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Kagutsuchi
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Or something like that.

I think it means to go crazy or mad.
Such as "he's gone arry!!"

Just annoying me that's all
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Not formally, I don't believe. I prefer the word "mental" though.
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Do you mean awry?
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Awry.
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You playing Scrabble?
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its how the french say Harry
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Sounds more like slang than an actual word.
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http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/arry
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I often call the Russian olympics team "arry ****************s".
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It sounds like the sort of word you'd shout three times, followed swiftly by "oi, oi, oi".
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(Original post by Ezekiel)
its how the french say Harry
:laugh:

exactly my thoughts
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