Said to acknowledge a double entendre or something that sounds rude(interjection)
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Use "ooer" in a sentence
"Former indie dweeb Jake Gyllenhaal buffs up as the adopted prince who sacks a city in search of non-existent weapons of mass destruction (ooer, bit of politics) and stumbles across a mystical dagger which can turn back time."
"And I can't believe anyone would find this 'sexually charged' - it's about as sexually charged as the 'nudge nudge wink wink' Monty Python sketch from 1969 ooer!"
"Not all of us sign as followers, personally I RSS you ooer mrs indeed! and I'm aware of at least one other friend who follows you via the old fashioned bookmarking method."