In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- But I developed a cocky persona to distance ourselves from the drippy bands of the time.
- He studied us, two drippy guys with goofy grins.
- Jake changes overnight from drippy layabout to high roller.
- I lost sight of Austin when some drippy, gooey slow song started to play.
- I'll try and sober up and be more coherent and less drippy.
- This isn't narcissism, it's not the kind of being in love with myself that makes me feel like gazing into the mirror all day, or erecting monuments and writing myself drippy poetry I'll regret later.
- What do you think of that drippy single, " A Moment Like This"?
- The bad news is that my drippy sister is in that class.
- A drippy woman wished me good morning and asked ‘How are you?’
- While it might seem this could be just another drippy and hackneyed heart-of-the-West melodrama, this made-for-TV movie is actually quite engaging, mostly because of its wholesome approach.
- Darcy was very drippy but the movie was saved by Hugh Grant.
- She's sympathetic without being drippy, extremely levelheaded, and (for a change) her sexuality is understated.
- Mainly they're drippy playground recollections.
- I used to hate the ‘weird drippy people,’ but now I'm in awe.
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