Admit it....the kind of sex you really want!
Ewwwww! Those guys are having gay sex!
Black licorice flavoured candies formed in the shape of a small person with their arms down at their side. They are approximately 2" tall by 1/2" wide & thick. Nigger Babies were sold as such for decades, until the later 1980's-mid 1990's when their name was changed to Licorice Babies to avoid derrogatory racial use of the word Nigger being ingrained in children's vocabulary as acceptable.
In the 1960's Nigger Babies were two for a penny. (one cent) Can you believe they're a nickel (5 cents) each now?
a situation almost impossible to get out of; a problem virtually unsolvable;
His political advisers told him to stay away from the controversy,
that it was a no-win cause, a “tar baby.”
Our Lord and savior.
Eric Clapton is my God
Ironic yet affectionate term for the city of Brisbane, Australia (population nearing 1.7 million these days). It's also a city a lot of people - especially southerners - like to rag, however I personally love the place and consider the people to be intelligent and friendly, and the weather fantastic. There's nothing hick-like about this town. Perhaps there was in the Sir Joh era (circa 1980s), but certainly not anymore.
As far as I am aware, the term "Brisvegas" originated as an ironic association with Las Vegas, to pay out on Brissy's less-than-perfect nightlife scene and perhaps its general "things to do" factor (at the time). And yet, while meant to be an insult initially, recently Brisbanites have "reclaimed" the word, of sorts, as an endearing term for a city that, while not exactly being "where it's at" in any sense of the word, is still a pretty cool place to live.
Going home to Brisvegas this weekend.
A beautiful bowed, four stringed insrtument, played between the knees. it's in the tuning of C. it's strings are (from highest to lowest) A,D,G,C. it usually plays harmony or backround but is often featured in concertos and sonatas.
Yo-Yo Ma is a Cellist.
Rasputina is a band featuring 3 cellos.
Not fit for purpose.
Applies to both people and objects.
That car of yours is demic - it's always breaking down.