I was thinking of taking a nap which I do very well, or breaking a chair, which I also do very well. 3 minutes, is included with this purchase including a hilarious montage of possible careers. After we have our bowls of porridge, I’ll provide the entertainment. Alicia, 36, rocked a similarly fashion-forward ensemble, sporting a leather coat dress which was tied at her waist with a woven belt.Her white and black striped trousers peeked out below the dress and she rocked a dramatic hair style with her locks slicked back into a bun on the top of her head.
Search the BC Genealogical Society’s main Library catalogue using authors’ names, titles, call numbers, subject headings, or other keywords.According to the University of Glasgow’s Historical Thesaurus, which went online for the first time a month ago, there are 103 ‘darlings’ in the English language, ranging from ‘bagpudding’ to ‘heart-root’ to the delectable ‘pomewater of my eye’.(See more synonyms for 'darling' at thesaurus.com) Of course, in the multicultural hubbub that is the UK, this list is considerably longer, as people from faiths and backgrounds across the world toss the term of endearment around their day-to-day British lives.Friendly darlings In parts of the UK, epithets such as ‘love’, ‘chuck’ and ‘duck’ are handed out liberally to everyone you meet, from best friends to bus drivers. When it comes to creative chat-up lines, English can be a useful resource too. All that popcorn patter is fine for the backseat of the cinema, but things become considerably more down to earth once we reach…Likewise, ‘sweetie’ and ‘hun’ are almost ubiquitous among some southern speakers of English (stereotypically those from upper-middle-class backgrounds), while ‘hen’ is used just as often as a friendly word for ‘darling’ as it is for a feathered animal one might find in a coop. Sleaze only becomes more sleazy with a choice pun, and English is designed for wordplay: ‘Do you have any raisins? Spouses and long-term relationship darlings After a few decades and several children, 103 words can seem far too many.