An exaggerated stepping movement, typically characterized by placing one foot in front of the other in an absurd, roundabout manner. Best demonstrated by by Monty Python's John Cleese, in a sketch about the "Ministry of Silly Walks."
"Well sir, I have a silly walk and I'd like to obtain a Government grant to help me develop it."

(From The Ministry of Silly Walks)
od uživatele uclafalcon 16. Prosinec 2003

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