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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- Just like miniature ponies, scale model airplanes and Mini-Coopers, cool, tiny things simply make you want to go all wiggly and goo-goo.
- So you said it with a dumb goo-goo look on your face.
- I saw you making your goo-goo romantic eyes at that chick in the baseball tee.
- I can't stop making goo-goo eyes at him, and he can't stop falling for them.
- Baseball personalities who usually are so cool in public they can freeze people in their tracks turned goo-goo eyed in the face of the audience with the President.
- I guess you can't say a whole lot when you're making goo-goo eyes, anyway.
- Hey, I'm not gonna give you good pitches like that if you're gonna just give me goo-goo eyes.
- You were giving him goo-goo eyes the other day and I'll bet money that the main reason you completely told Sam off at breakfast was because he'd insulted Kier.
- Throughout, Farrell and Leto make goo-goo eyes at one another and endlessly profess their love, but it's all safely and platonically handled.
- In fact, the way they were making goo-goo eyes at each other, it was more like a Love Club!
- I could see being a teenager and probably watching that show, but for me now, watching all these high-schoolers go goo-goo over all these high-school girls wasn't something I was into.
- I looked over at her to see her making goo-goo eyes.
- And it thinks it's romantic - but bringing a male and female together and letting them kiss and make goo-goo eyes at each other is hardly the basis of a good love story.
- She tries to be careful, but she's fingering that thing every other minute and glancing over to make goo-goo eyes at Hawk.
- Okay, so maybe I read a little too much into Nancy's goo-goo eyes.
- I'll tell you what that was about, you were making goo-goo eyes at someone you didn't even know right in front of you boyfriend, and on a happier note, I have to ask what was that about?
- Now she was sitting as close to the window as possible while Jake and Mindy insisted on making goo-goo eyes at each other before starting off to the lake.
- I saw you giving him goo-goo eyes at the mess hall this morning.
- Can you two finish making goo-goo eyes at each other?
- The three of them were making goo-goo eyes at Kyle.
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