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Great post! Your research is always the best. I remember Q in a James Bond movie saying something like, " No need to swagger here 007. I'm not impressed."

I'm sorry, I just choking on my coffee at the sight of the phallic packaging for Old Spice Swagger. Really?

And is there a difference between swagger and swagga?

@Nancy: I think it's equivalent to the difference between "gangster" and "gangsta."

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