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Definition funny of Auks:
Are you kidding? Also can add AUKM; "Are you kidding me."
Friend 1:The professor was hitting on me in the office. I don't know, she's 70 but I kinda want to bang her. Friend 2: A.U.K.!!!???
Kind, sweet and delicious. A little bit of perfection.
"God, this man is so great in bed. He's simply an auk !"
Songs about Auks:
Aamuun Viimeiseen (feat. Pvvmsk Auk 1/13) by KairaKoira & MC Ept from the Album Aamuun Viimeiseen (feat. Pvvmsk Auk 1/13)
Auk by The Treecreepers from the Album At The Mill
Auk and Dromedary by Jim Black AlasNoAxis from the Album AlasNoAxis
Auk auki by Åttopojat from the Album Aatetta jaloa
Auk?tai Danguj (2011) by Andrius Mamontovas from the Album Visi Langai ?i?ri ? Dang?. Versija Nr2
Bird / Auk / Murrelet by Victor from the Album Sounds Of Nature: Secret Life Of Birds & Insects
Blood - Auk by Tanya Tagaq from the Album Auk / Blood
Books about Auks:
Auks! Learn About Auks and Enjoy Colorful Pictures - Look and Learn! (50+ Photos of Auks) by Becky Wolff (Sep 16, 2012)
Practicing the Jhanas: Traditional Concentration Meditation as Presented by the Venerable Pa Auk Sayadaw by Stephen Snyder, Tina Rasmussen and Pa Auk Sayadaw (Dec 1, 2009)
Great Auk by Errol Fuller (Nov 1999)
The Last Great Auk: A Novel by Allan W. Eckert (May 2003)
Auks, Rocks, and the Odd Dinosaur: Inside Stories from the Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History by Peggy Thomson (Nov 1985)
Auk the Dodo & the Oryx by Robert Silverberg (1967)
The Auk, the Dodo and the Oryx. Vanished and Vanishing Creatures by Robert Silverberg and Jacques Hnizdovsky (Jun 1967)
Wiki information Auks:
An auk is a bird of the family Alcidae in the order Charadriiformes. Extant auks range in size from the least auklet, at 85 g and 15 cm, to the thick-billed murre, at 1 kg and 45 cm. They are good swimmers and divers, but their walking appears...
Aukštaitija is the name of one of five ethnographic regions of Lithuania. The name comes from the relatively high elevation of the region, particularly the eastern parts.